modishly


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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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.modishly - in a stylish mannermodishly - in a stylish manner; "He was smartly dressed"
Translations
طرازياً
módně
fashionabeltmoderne
tískulega
modaya uygun olarak

modishly

[ˈməʊdɪʃlɪ] ADVelegantemente
to be modishly dressedir vestido con suma elegancia

modishly

adv (= fashionably)modisch; (= stylishly)schick; he modishly professed his solidarity with the working classeser folgte dem herrschenden Trend und bekannte sich mit der Arbeiterklasse solidarisch

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 periodicals archive ?
I speak as one who has walked down Byres Road, denim flapping around ankles, cheesecloth shirt tied modishly at the waist.
Producer Richard Russell compounds the gossamer-lite nature of the sisters' gentle lamentations with modishly minimal click tracks and piano-centred backdrops.
Bright, unencumbered, and modishly cool, the colors span a range of soft pastels--lilacs, lime greens, mauves, and periwinkle blues--sometimes dropping into darker registers of red and purple.
But perhaps, Neil Parsons suggests, that seriousness resulted in part from Trilby's "Bohemian nature" having been "sanitised, and modishly recast as a 'New Woman', dressed in a baggy military jacket, shoeless, and smoking a cigarette" (14).
Yet while Halliwell uses her makeover products to talk about her recovery from eating disorders, they also showcase a modishly size-zero body.