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The fashionable world.
- ‘That generation made the French Riviera fashionable, luring le bon ton from all over the world to indulge in the new pastime of sunbathing and take the air.’
- ‘According to a revisionist historian, ‘The discourse of transfer and expulsion which had been employed by the extreme Right, is now the bon ton of the center.’’
- ‘Moore tells us, ‘Between Gurdjieff and the world of cultural bon ton there was to be no conciliation, no giving and no asking of quarter’.’
- ‘Salonnieres continued doing what they did best, integrating worthy men into the elite, and perpetuating aristocratic manners and bon ton.’
- ‘He spent millions developing golf courses, luring newfangled seaplanes, holding polo tournaments and attracting le bon ton of the Edwardian era.’
French, literally ‘good taste’.
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