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Correct spelling for FASHIONALE
We think the word fashionale is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for fashionale
- Fashionable(Definition of fashionable)
- Finale(Definition of finale)
- Fashioner(Definition of Fashioner)
- Shingle(Definition of shingle)
- Rationale(Definition of rationale)
- Fashionably(Definition of fashionably)
- Fashioning(Definition of fashioning)
- Fashion(Definition of fashion)
- Fashioned(Definition of fashioned)
- Fissionable(Definition of fissionable)
It was fast, it was expensive, it was fashionable, and the chief reason for its existence lay in the fact that play at any time, and to any extent, could be obtained there.
To avoid the remarks of the neighbors, who she knew were watching her narrowly, mrs. livingstone had purchased 'lena two or three dresses, which, though greatly inferior to those worn by carrie and anna, were still fashionably made, and so much improved 'lena's looks, that her manners improved, also, for what child does not appear to better advantage when conscious of looking well?
Ferrara, orestes, liberal leader, iv, 260; revolutionist, 269; deprecates factional strife, 306; revolutionary conspirator in new york, 334; warned by u. s. government, i, 239.
He and his public constantly worked at the fashioning of this ideal figure.
What forms do their arts assume, their laws, their manners, their clothing, their pleasures, their fashions?
Mr. dodge is right, after a fashion.
"merely because that way of being funny is grown old-fashioned," said cutter.