Children's, Intermediate and Advanced Online English Dictionary & Thesaurus

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family style using or pertaining to a method of serving food, as in a boardinghouse or some restaurants, in which dishes are passed from one person to another and each helps himself or herself. [2 definitions]
lifestyle the general mode of living of a person or group, including attitudes, occupational and class characteristics, financial priorities, possessions, and the like.
New Style the system of counting days and months according to the Gregorian calendar.
old style a style of print type originating in the eighteenth century, in which the letters had a fairly uniform narrowness and slanting serifs. [2 definitions]
stylebook a book containing usage rules and examples for punctuation, grammar, typography, and the like, used esp. by writers, editors, and printers. [2 definitions]