1. She lived in a rather unfashionable part of London.
2. Wearing fur has become deeply unfashionable.
3. The couple hold the unfashionable view that marriage is a sacred union.
4. They live in an unfashionable part of London.
5. His views may be unfashionable but he deserves a hearing.
6. His clothes are old and unfashionable, but nevertheless he has a real touch of class.
7. There he worked on the unfashionable inorganic chemistry; his science was always to be on the boundary of physics and chemistry.
8. She told him she lived in the unfashionable district of Harlesden in north-west London.
9. I have no use for second-hand books and unfashionable clothes and bits of ornament.
10. Whoever placed her feet, in their unfashionable lace-up shoes, left one askew, giving her a knock-kneed appearance.
11. Socialism became unfashionable after the collapse of the Berlin Wall.
12. Smoking has become very unfashionable in the last ten years.
13. Comparative anatomy, however, is an unfashionable science in the West today.
14. There would be hordes of mourners in very unfashionable black.
15. Instinct has become unfashionable because of its association with an erroneous theory of development.