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ultra-fashionable Line breaks: ultra-fashion¦able

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Definition of ultra-fashionable in English:

adjective

Extremely fashionable: a centre for ultra-fashionable shopping ultra-fashionable bags that combine style and practicality
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  • Flying to or from Hawaii had, by 1940, become the ultra-fashionable way to traverse oceans.
  • Every so often, a company or sector becomes ultra-fashionable and demand for the shares concerned pushes prices far in excess of their fair value.
  • McGinley is bringing two further developments to Irish investors in New York before the year is out - one on 23rd Street, another in the ultra-fashionable Tribeca district.

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