Definition of Fushions
1. fushion [n] - See also: fushion
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Literary usage of Fushions
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Heads of the People: Or, Portraits of the English by Joseph Kenny Meadows (1878)
"... that the lady was a lady, although, sooth to say, her gear displayed the spring, summer, autumn, and winter fushions of two years since. ..."
2. No Cross, No Crown: A Discourse, Showing the Nature and Discipline of the by William Penn (1875)
"Reasons why the author, and the rest of the people he walks with, use not these fushions. 5. The first is, the sense they had in the hour of their ..."
3. "Our Women in the War.": The Lives They Lived; the Deaths They Died. From by Charleston News and Courier, S.C, News and Courier, Charleston, S.C. (1885)
"It will be simply a common- l>iiii-u, modern, rail way town. The young ladies will no longer be behind in the fushions, but daughter» of parents in moderate ..."
4. Elements of Experimental and Natural Philosophy by Jabez Hogg (1853)
"... and is the valued agent of man in forming tools to aid his efforts and advance civilisation : with them he fushions wood, cuts iron, copper, or brass, ..."