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1. abscond

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3. manner, mode, Archaic, guise, method, taste; system, approach, way; type, kind, sort; make, cut, line, design, pattern; form, shape, texture, quality; mold, stamp, cast, conformation, structure, configuration. -v. 4. shape, form, mold, pattern, design, structure; make, create, forge, carve, hew; construct, build, fabricate, mint; invent, originate, contrive, devise, make up, compose.
5. accommodate, adapt, adjust, acclimate; suit, fit, conform to, comply with; be attuned to, be in harmony
or accord with, be compatible with, fashionable, adj. 1. stylish, smart, natty, spruce, dapper, trim; chic, modish, a-go-go, in the very latest style; in vogue, a la mode, in fashion, in style; popular, in, SI. in the groove, all the rage; up-to-date, current, modern, mod, new; up-to-the-minute, Inf. trendy, SI. cool, Inf. nifty, SI. neat, SI. hip, SI. hap.
2. elegant, high-class,
SI. classy, high-toned, SI. tony; silk-stocking, SI. ritzy, fancy, Inf. swank, Inf. swanky, SI. swell; dressy, flashy, SI. snazzy, SI. sharp, SI. sharp as a tack; suave, urbane, sophisticated, chichi, cosmopolitan.
3. polished, refined, finished, cultured, cultivated; genteel, well-bred, thoroughbred, aristocratic, blue-blooded, gentle; gracious, graceful,
Scot. genty, ladylike, ladyish, fine; polite, civil, courteous, mannerly, well-mannered; courtly, gentlemanly, gentlemanlike, chivalrous, chivalric, gallant, cavalier, debonair, charming.
4. customary, usual, general, prevailing; conventional, accepted, approved, traditional. fast1,
adj. 1. quick, rapid, swift, speedy, express, expeditious, accelerated, Music, mosso; fleet, nimble, light-footed, spry, brisk.
2. wild, dissipated, rakish, unconventional, unrestrained, loose; immoral, wanton, promiscuous, licentious, lecherous, lustful, lewd; libidinious, pleasure-seeking, sybaritic, carnal; intemperate, drunken, sottish; self-indulgent, dissolute, profligate.
3. fastened, tied, tight, taut, knotted; closed, secure, secured, adhering, stationary, immovable, firm, firmly fixed, indissoluble; inextricable, trapped, caught; fortified, resistant, impregnable, impervious, strong, rigid, invulnerable, invincible.
4. loyal, steadfast, devoted, faithful; permanent, enduring, lasting, abiding, durable; unchangeable, ineradicable, sure.
5. pull a fast one delude, deceive, mislead;
SI. con, bamboozle, hoodwink, cheat, swindle, defraud, trick, put one over on [s.o.]. -adv. 6. tightly, firmly, securely, fixedly, immovably, tenaciously, closely.
7. quickly, swiftly, speedily, rapidly, hastily, posthaste, expeditiously, with dispatch,
Inf. lickety-split.
8. wildly, uncontrollably, recklessly, prodigally, profligately, unrestrainedly, loosely, extravagantly, wantonly. fast2, v. 1. abstain, go hungry, starve, famish; reduce, diet, lose weight,
Med. bant; live on air, eat nothing, give up.
-n. 2. abstinence, starvation, famishment,
Psychiatry. anorexia; xerophagy, bread and water, short commons, iron rations; dieting, Med. banting, Med. Bantingism; hunger-strike.
3. fast day, Lent, day of abstinence, day of fasting, Quadragesima; fish-day, meatless day, Friday, fasten, v. 1. attach, affix, fix; hook, clasp, clip, snap, button, buckle, catch; join, connect, colligate, unite, wed, secure, couple, link; tie, bind, tether, make fast, hitch, pin, tack; latch, lock, bar, bolt, rivet, hasp;

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