Grammar Patterns

in N

The 'fashion' and 'disgrace' group

These nouns are used to indicate how popular or well-thought-of someone or something is.
Rock music was in the ascendant, and drew most of the audiences.
He made an attempt to get back in her good books by doing all the housework.
She's been sent home in disgrace.
Glamour is back in fashion.
  • in (great) demand
  • in disfavour*
  • in disgrace
  • in fashion*
  • in favour*
  • in vogue*
  • in the ascendant
  • in the wilderness*
  • in my good/bad books*
  • The nouns marked with an asterisk (*) also have the pattern into N.
    Palms have come into favour as plants for indoor use, too.

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