in (some kind of) fashion

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in (some kind of) fashion

In a certain manner or kind of way (of doing something). Last week, in a rather surprising fashion, the usually conservative tech company announced it would be opening up its source code to allow aspiring programmers to rework their popular web browser in new and innovative ways. The team won the championship in dramatic fashion, with a field goal from midfield in the final seconds of the game.
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in fashion

in style; current and socially acceptable. Is that kind of thing still in fashion? It won't be in fashion very long.
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in fashion

Also, in style. See under go out, def. 5.
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in (a)...ˈfashion

(formal) in a particular way: How could they behave in such a fashion?She was proved right, in dramatic fashion, when the whole department resigned.
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If it seems ``Six Feet Under'' is meeting a premature death, it may be because it isn't your ordinary dramatic series.
The dramatic sequences were shot on location in Newfoundland and were woven into the often breathtaking footage of the seal hunt.
Suggesting that the Collier controversy was actually about satire, Kinservik offers a narrative of the development of dramatic satire from the beginning of the century, arguing that the stimulus for sympathetic satire lay in Collier's challenge to the stage.
Snyder concludes, acutely, that Antony and Cleopatra ultimately transcend in death the polarities of fixity and flux that had governed the play's dramatic structure.
A handful of artists, academics and journalists, however, thought Funnyhouse and its creator brilliant; and the following year, The Owl Answers was produced, continuing Kennedy's bold, iconoclastic experiment with the dramatic form.
Earlier theories have treated dramatic climate change primarily as a trigger for extinctions and the evolution of new species.
Internationally, however, he is best known for his full-evening dramatic spectaculars: Romeo and Juliet (1965), Anastasia (1971), Manon (1974), Mayerling (1978), Isadora (1981), and The Prince of the Pagodas (1989), all works that shared something of the same sensibilities as his Sadler's Wells choreographic contemporaries Peter Darrell and Cranko.
Sanchez's trial thus becomes both a dramatic historical tale and a vehicle for exploring madness, religious toleration, and inquisitorial procedure in his era.
In the Middle Ages, when plays were still performed in churches, the life of Saint George was a popular dramatic subject.
As Errol Hill writes, Locke felt "the need for experimentation in form and urged on Black theatre artists the courage to be original, to break with established dramatic convention of all sorts and develop their own idiom" (5).
The article presents the mode of combining the dramatic with the lyrical and how this distinctive combination indicates Browning's conception of literary genres.
The past 10 years have seen dramatic changes in Latin America.
During the 1930s and 1940s the Iraqi theater was taking root: local texts became more available (though most writers produced just one play), interest in the theater grew, numerous plays were published and many plays performed, and the Iraqi government provided financial incentives for troupes and established a theater department at the Institute of Fine Arts in Baghdad in 1940, headed by Haqqi al-Shibli, who had just spent four years studying dramatic art in France.