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Use "passe" in a sentence
"The French call it passe-pierre; and I suspect its English name is a corruption of sang-pierre."
"Plus they are becoming somewhat "passe" - being British I've seen them around for ages, just hitting over here I suppose but everyone I know back home sees them as a real "cliche" if you know what I mean, celebs here buy them just because of the label etc........"
"After all, Pota knows novels about novelists are "passe" -- like novels about unhappy marriages, dysfunctional families and war."