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vogue (n.) 1570s, the vogue, "height of popularity or accepted fashion," from French vogue "fashion, success;" also "drift, swaying motion (of a boat)" literally "a rowing," from Old French voguer "to row, sway, set sail" (15c.), probably from a Germanic source.What is the definition of Vogue?
Kids Definition of vogue. 1 : the quality or state of being popular at a certain time Portable electronic devices are in vogue. 2 : something that is in fashion at a certain time Baggy clothes are the vogue.What is a vogue word?
A vogue word is a fashionable word or phrase that tends to lose its effectiveness through overuse. Also called a voguism.What is the plural of Vogue?
vogue (countable and uncountable, plural vogues) The prevailing fashion or style. Miniskirts were the vogue in the '60s. Popularity or a current craze.