modish


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mod·ish

 (mō′dĭsh)
adj.
Being in or conforming to the prevailing or current fashion; stylish: "With his longish wavy hair and his modish suits, he appears entirely at home on Rodeo Drive" (John Nathan).

mod′ish·ly adv.
mod′ish·ness n.

modish

(ˈməʊdɪʃ)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) in the current fashion or style; contemporary
ˈmodishly adv
ˈmodishness n

mod•ish

(ˈmoʊ dɪʃ)

adj.
fashionable; stylish.
[1650–60]
mod′ish•ly, adv.
mod′ish•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.modish - in the current fashion or stylemodish - in the current fashion or style  
fashionable, stylish - being or in accordance with current social fashions; "fashionable clothing"; "the fashionable side of town"; "a fashionable cafe"

modish

adjective fashionable, current, smart, stylish, trendy (Brit. informal), in, now (informal), with it (informal), contemporary, hip (slang), vogue, chic, all the rage, up-to-the-minute, du jour (French), à la mode, voguish, culty a short checklist of much that is modish at the moment

modish

adjective
Being or in accordance with the current fashion:
Informal: classy, in, sharp, snappy, swish, tony, trendy.
Slang: with-it.
Translations
على آخر طِراز
módní
fashionabelmoderne
tískulegur
son modaya uygun

modish

[ˈməʊdɪʃ] ADJmuy de moda, sumamente elegante

modish

[ˈməʊdɪʃ] adjà la mode

modish

adj (= fashionable)modisch; (= stylish)schick; it is very modishes ist große Mode

modish

[ˈməʊdɪʃ] adj (liter) → à la page inv

mode

(məud) noun
1. a manner of doing something. an unusual mode of expression.
2. a kind or type. modes of transport.
3. a fashion. Large hats are the latest mode.
ˈmodish adjective
fashionable and smart.
ˈmodishly adverb
References in classic literature ?
Her hair, not yet very gray, was becomingly arranged, and her black gown was modish.
In the first place, he set his face firmly against all the discoveries of the last thirty years: he had no patience with the drugs which became modish, were thought to work marvellous cures, and in a few years were discarded; he had stock mixtures which he had brought from St.
She wore a smart brown suit, with two very modish little shoes peeping from beneath it; and her hat of dull pink straw, wreathed with golden-brown poppies, had the indefinable, unmistakable air which pertains to the "creation" of an artist in millinery.
I hate the prostitution of the name of friendship to signify modish and worldly alliances.
Young people looking for fun and affordable fashion online are already coming across this new brand and discovering chic and modish fashion that works for them.
True defenders of liberty should give no quarter to the modish notion that western intelligence services are primarily enemies of freedom rather than its defenders.
luxury Rooms for Hotel facts Between Bond Street and modish Marylebone village, the Radisson BLU Edwardian Berkshire is a fantastic choice for anyone looking for an intimate hideaway right in the heart of the action.
Simon Dutton's morally questionable Claudius and Carol Royle's handsome Gertude revelled in the union which led the young prince to damn their "incestuous sheets", although the modish Oedipal conceit is also obliquely referenced in a stunning fracas between mother and son in the queen's private chambers.
his trademark sound is reliably straightforward: modish rock with the odd organ thrown in.
In fact, Goldsmith was criticised at the time the play was premiered for the fact that he'd given his characters dialogue that was natural rather than in the modish, more contrived, language of late 18th century playwrights.
The hotel exudes a modern, modish charm, which is not without paying homage to the building's heritage.
It's called "no-poo" apparently, which you might think is a modish cure for incontinence, but it is the latest hair thing.