no longer fashionable

See: outdated
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Evidently, the view that the early modern state owes its existence to new modes of warfare is no longer fashionable among leading scholars of the nation-state.
I think the main reason investors are staying out of the stock market is because it is no longer fashionable.
In the texts, the artist works hard to anticipate and deflect criticisms: that he can't paint, that he can't write, that he is insincere, that he is no longer fashionable, that he will be forgotten.
Though it is no longer fashionable to say it," says the outspoken Robinson, "I am obsessively black.
Stylish inebriation is no longer fashionable - if indeed it ever was.
I am fully aware of the fact that the word is no longer fashionable, but it's not easy to find a substitute when you're describing, say, what George Boas and Lovejoy called "primitivism" in talking about classical antiquity.
Kirsch is perfectly conscious that his thesis, assumptions, and style of discourse are no longer fashionable.