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(pronounced pa-SAY)

An Anglicized version of the French word for “passed.” It’s used to refer to an object, style, person, or idea that is old fashioned, out of style, or antique and that usually was quite popular at a prior time.

Example: Frederick sighed heavily when he realized his new client’s stubborn, 80s-obsessed husband refused to get rid of his black lacquer bedroom set. He thought, “How passé can you get””