style

All Noun
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  • It is widely known both as a style of music and a dance.
  • This lake has a great community of people here and a laid back style of long ago.
  • A characteristic black-figure style developed before the end of the century.
  • The four teams in the tournament played a single round-robin style competition.
  • The new style was also encouraged by changes in the economic order and social structure.
  • The tournament was played round robin style with each team playing each other twice.
  • It also introduced a more modern setting, a style that was carried over to the next game.
  • The building has been designed in a post-modern style, with some elements of traditional architecture.
  • The tournament was again played round robin style with each team playing each other twice.
  • Despite its roots in the UK, the style has established itself around the world.
  • His work was strongly influenced by the newly developed red-figure style.
  • These days it is also referred to as old fashioned style of play.
  • Both teams are known for their hard-hitting physical style of play.
  • He started with a game's main theme, and developed other pieces to match its style.
  • In addition, the population has created styles that are unique to the region.
  • Western-style theatre became common during colonial times, heavily influenced by French theatre.
  • She then saw coming towards her a country-woman dressed in an old-fashioned style. Cited from True Irish Ghost Stories, by St John D Seymour
  • The oldest playing style is the stand-up style.
  • It is very famous all over the world for its distinctive style and taste.
  • Working-class women in this period wore their hair in simple styles.
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Meaning of style

  • noun A particular kind (as to appearance)
    this style of shoe is in demand
  • noun (botany) the narrow elongated part of the pistil between the ovary and the stigma
  • noun Editorial directions to be followed in spelling and punctuation and capitalization and typographical display
  • noun A slender bristlelike or tubular process
    a cartilaginous style
  • verb Designate by an identifying term
    They styled their nation `The Confederate States'
  • verb Make consistent with a certain fashion or style
    Style my hair, style the dress
  • verb Make consistent with certain rules of style
    style a manuscript