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This graph shows how "passe" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for passe:

  1. From thence I traueiled 18 dayes journey further, and came vnto a certaine great riuer, and entered also into a city, whereunto belongeth a mighty bridge to passe the said river. –  by
  2. Did your great masters goodnesse leave the good, That is to passe your charge to my poore use, To your discretion? –  by
  3. As an aeroplane was out of the question, the Minister did the next best thing and wrote out for the colonel an official " passe partout," stamped all over and signed by the highest powers in the land. – The Escaping Club by A. J. Evans

Quotes for passe:

  1. I think the idea of mixing luxury and mass -market fashion is very modern- wearing head -to -toe designer has become a bit passe. It's a new era in fashion- there are no rules. It's all about the individual and personal style, wearing high -end, low -end, classic labels, and up -and -coming designers all together.
  2. As far as dramas are concerned, it's considered passe for playwrights to turn out anything the average person can understand.
  3. I believe that history has shape, order, and meaning; that exceptional men, as much as economic forces, produce change; and that passe abstractions like beauty, nobility, and greatness have a shifting but continuing validity.
  4. I think that's become passe, but if you can surround yourself with a kind of monument to yourself and your family- a statement- and you can afford it, then that's a noble project.
  5. Studios are passe for me. I'd rather play in a garage, in a truck, or a rehearsal hall, a club, or a basement.

Rhymes for passe:

  1. bay, bey, bray, ca, cay, clay, day, de, dray, drey, fe, fey, flay, fray, frey, gray, grey, hay, jay, lay, lei, ley, may, mei, nay, ne, neigh, ney, pay, paye, pei, play, pray, prey, quay, ray, re, say, se, shay, slay, sleigh, spray, stay, stray, sway, tay, tray, trey, way, wei, weigh, whey, wy, yay, yea, ay, blay, brae, dey, fay, haye, hey, j, k, they, wey, wray, cray, che, kay, rey, shea, jae, rae, kaye, klay, daye, faye, graye, jaye, raye, gaye, maye, mae, ae, sta, sze, tae, dae, nej, waye, khe, mey, vey, saye, brey, gway, hwe, lait, quai;
  2. abbe, allay, array, astray, away, ballet, belay, beret, betray, bombay, bouquet, buffet, cache, cafe, calais, cathay, chalet, cliche, convey, crochet, croquet, da, decay, defray, delay, dismay, display, dossier, essay, filet, fillet, ga, ha, halfway, hooray, manet, millay, monet, moray, obey, okay, parquet, portray, prepay, puree, purvey, repay, replay, risque, saute, soiree, sorbet, souffle, survey, today, toupee, valet, olay, jose, mccrea, rene, renee, beauvais, delray, macrae, gervais, hervey, levey, mckay, o'shea, ole, sergei, dk, oj, ek, nikkei, asay, carre, b-j, mcveigh, mackay, nisei, hurray, orsay;
  3. attache, cabaret, cabernet, dak, disarray, disobey, faberge, fiance, ira, lyonnais, monterey, monterrey, overplay, overstay, piaget, underplay, underway, perrier, uva, aaa, bouvier, ita, bua, jna, cea, bta, chevrolet, ekk, intraday;
  4. cabriolet, communique, naivete, noaa, asea, foia, ceta, hiaa;
  5. waga;
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