Word:

Fad

Pronunciation: făd
n.1.A hobby ; freak; whim.
It is your favorite fad to draw plans.
- G. Eliot.
2.a practise followed enthusiastically by a number of people for a limited period of time; as, the latest fad in fashion.
Noun1.fad - an interest followed with exaggerated zeal; "he always follows the latest fads"; "it was all the rage that season"
Synonyms: craze, furor, furore, cult, rage
FAD - ["FAD, A Simple and Powerful Database Language", F. Bancilon et al, Proc 13th Intl Conf on VLDB, Brighton, England, Sep 1987].
best seller, big hit, boutade, brainstorm, brilliant success, capriccio, caprice, chic, conceit, crank, craze, crazy idea, crotchet, cry, faddiness, faddishness, faddism, faddist, fancy, fantastic notion, fantasy, flimflam, fool notion, freak, freakish inspiration, furore, gas, gasser, great success, harebrained idea, hit, humor, killing, kink, maggot, megrim, meteoric success, mode, momentary success, notion, novelty, passing fancy, quirk, rage, resounding triumph, riot, roaring success, sensation, smash, smash hit, style, toy, triumph, vagary, whim, whim-wham, whimsy, wow, wrinkle
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Factum a judice quod ad ujus officium non spectat
Factum negantis nulla probatio
Factum non dictur quod non perseverat
Factum unius alteri nocere non debet
Facture
facula
Faculae
Facular
Facultas probationum non est angustanda
Facultative
Faculty
faculty member
Faculty of advocates
Facund
Facundious
Facundity
-- Fad --
fad diet
Fadaise
faddily
faddish
faddishly
faddist
Faddle
faddy
Fade
fade away
fade out
Faded
Fadedly
Fadeless
fadeout
Fader
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