01. Teenagers put a lot of importance on wearing clothes that are in [style].
02. She had her hair done by a well-known [stylist] who cuts hair for a number of celebrities.
03. She is a very [stylish] dresser, and only wears the newest fashions.
04. It will cost $25 to wash and [style] your hair.
05. It seems to me that the women in Montreal dress more [stylishly] than women here on the West Coast.
06. [Styles] change so quickly these days; what was fashionable a year ago is really unpopular now.
07. Long hair was in [style] when I was young, but nowadays most teenage boys like to have their hair fairly short.
08. Yves St-Laurent once remarked that fashions fade, but [style] is eternal.
09. There is a Japanese proverb which observes that every fashion goes out of [style].
10. Singer David Bowie changed his [style] a number of times throughout his career.
11. We bought some delicious New York-[style] bagels at a new bakery which just opened up downtown.
12. The church is [styled] after ancient Greek temples of the Ionic period.
13. The music of Africa is recognized worldwide for its complex rhythms and upbeat dance [styles].
14. There are currently about 20,000 brands of beer which are brewed in 180 [styles] worldwide.
15. Whereas ancient Egyptian art was known for its continuity, Greek art evolved rapidly from [stylization] toward naturalism.
16. The team's new logo is a [stylized] image of a shark crunching a hockey stick in its teeth.
17. I put some [styling] gel in my hair to keep it in place for tonight's party.
18. The music of Vivaldi exhibits the [stylistic] changes of the early to mid-1700s.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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