n. The make or form of anything; the state of anything with regard to its external appearance or constitution; shape: as, the fashion of the ark, or of the tabernacle.n. Customary make or style in dress, ornament, furnishings, or anything subject to variations of taste or established usage; specifically, that mode or style of dress and personal adornment prevalent at any time in polished or genteel society: as, the latest fashions; what so changeable as fashion?n. Manner; way; mode.n. [In this sense used with a specific adjective or noun to form a phrase or a compound noun in adverbial construction: as, to ride man-fashion; to speak American fashion.]n. Custom; prevailing practice.n. Conformity to the ways of fashionable society; good breeding; gentility; good style.n. Lady T. Lud, Sir Peter! would you have me be out of the fashion?n. Fashionable people collectively: as, the beauty and fashion of the town were present.n. Manner, Practice, etc. See custom.n. Conventionality, style.To form; give shape or figure to; mold: as, to fashion toys.To fit; adapt; accommodate.To frame; invent; contrive.n. Same as farcy: usually in the plural.