Today’s word of the day exercise is
This family of words has a wide range of uses similar to fashion.
Forms of the word
Using the word
learning/teaching/management etc: Most successful teachers recognise that different students have different learning styles.
have: I admire her because she has such style. [spoken]
traditional/modern etc: I don’t really care for the modern style of buildings: they may be more comfortable but they lack personality. [spoken]
in/out of: For example, people often are pressured into buying new clothes because their old ones are out of style.
dresser/restaurant etc: She is an extremely stylish dresser.
to cramp someone’s style: if you cramp someone’s style, you prevent them from acting in a way they’d like to – normally by making it socially awkward for them