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style US English

A manner of doing something

-style US English

(Forming adjectives and adverbs) in a manner characteristic of

style US Thesaurus

differing styles of management

style New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

manner or way of doing something;

stamp one's authority on US English

Have a strong or permanent influence on

New Style US English

The method of calculating dates using the Gregorian calendar. The Gregorian superseded the Julian calendar in Britain, Ireland, and British colonies in 1752

new-style US English

Having a new style; different from and usually better than a previous version

old style US English

A style that is no longer current, common, or fashionable

Old Style US English

The method of calculating dates using the Julian calendar

in style US English

In an impressive, grand, or luxurious way

New Style New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

calculation of dates using the Gregorian calendar

Old Style New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

calculation of dates using the Julian calendar

doggy style US English

A sexual position in which one partner is penetrated from behind by the other while supporting themselves on their hands and knees

house style US English

A company’s preferred manner of presentation and layout of written material

style sheet US English

A manual detailing the house style of a particular publisher, publication, etc.

house style New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

company's preferred manner of presenting and laying out written material

style sheet New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

editor's list of forms preferred in a text; Computing file for standardizing documents

family style US English

Designating a style of preparation or serving of food in which diners help themselves from plates of food that have been put on the table

International Style US English

A functional style of 20th-century architecture, so called because it crossed national and cultural barriers. It is characterized by the use of steel and reinforced concrete, wide windows, uninterrupted interior spaces, simple lines, and strict geometric forms

old-style numerals New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

another term for non-ranging numerals

cramp someone's style US English

Prevent a person from acting freely or naturally

in style in style US English

In an impressive, grand, or luxurious way

restyle US English

Rearrange or remake in a new shape or layout

prostyle US English

A portico with a maximum of four columns

cramp someone's style in cramp US English

Prevent a person from acting freely or naturally

doggie style in doggy style US English

A sexual position in which one partner is penetrated from behind by the other while supporting themselves on their hands and knees

homestyle US English

Such as would be made or provided at home; simple and unpretentious

lifestyle US English

The way in which a person or group lives

slopestyle US English

A type of freestyle snowboarding or skiing contest which involves performing a variety of acrobatic maneuvers while negotiating a sloping course featuring rails for sliding and ramps for jumping

style guide in style sheet US English

A manual detailing the house style of a particular publisher, publication, etc.

in style or in grand style in style US English

In an impressive, grand, or luxurious way


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