1. a British magazine, published once a month and containing articles about upper-class and upper-middle-class social events, fashion and the arts. It was first published in 1901.
2. a magazine written by Richard Steele and Joseph Addison from 1709 to 1711. It was published three times a week and consisted of long articles about a wide range of subjects, written with intelligence and humour, and usually from a Whig(1) point of view.

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