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last word, customary, in-thing, natty, all the rage, current, new, genteel, vogue, chic, a go-go, posh, fly, swanky, trendsetting, newfangled, well-liked, faddy, now, swank, rakish, in vogue, up to the minute, hot, stylish, upscale, modish, mod, chichi, popular, usual, contemporary, favored, prevailing, à la mode, trendy, in style, up-to-the-minute, smart, dashing, latest, with it, modern, trig, latest thing.
in with it, latest fashion, in style, on the cutting edge, latest fad, in the latest style, chi-chi.
tanked, high as a kite, fuddled, seeing double, half-seas over, liquored up, feeling no pain, drunk as a skunk, juiced, in one's cups, boozed up.
with-it, in-thing, all the rage, faddy, last-word, voguish.
upscale, dressed to kill, dressed to the teeth, in fashion.
inward, inwards, in.
tween, surrounded by, Amidst, centrally located, halfway, in the thick of, in the midst of, at intervals, medially, betwixt, bounded by, enclosed by, in the seam, half-way, mid-way.
not over, in doors, in a period, not beyond, in reach, not outside.
fool notion, latest word, in thing, New Look, newest wrinkle, passing fancy.
Monopolies, influences, importance.
in spots, up to the minute, latest wrinkle, NOWS, in-spot.
the Davis Cup, advantage, ace, ball boy, break, break point, alley, clay, ball girl.
tip off, tipoff.
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