From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin a ... fashionin a ... fashionWAY/MANNERin a particular way Please leave the building in an orderly fashion. Perhaps they could sit down and discuss things in a civilised fashion. She will be working out her problems in her own fashion (=in the way that she usually does this). → fashion
Examples from the Corpusin her own fashion• She believes in Charles, in her own fashion, and believes that he believes in her.• She will be working out her problems in her own fashion and should be allowed to do so.• Amabel, although hovering on the brink of tears, tried valiantly, in her own fashion, not to mind.