tonish

tonish

or

tonnish

adj
stylish or fashionable
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"What on earth's the matter with you?" I asked, as- tonished.
He drew them down, even to his beard, and his uncovered eyes as tonished me by their tense and irrational expres sion--as though he had just swallowed a heavy gulp of alcohol.
Operation Tonish was set up in the aftermath of the violence and disorder which flared up at the end of the match between Hibernian and Rangers at Hampden Park in Glasgow on May 21, 2016.
Anupriya Violin Academy presented the show with a coordinated effort by their talented musicians - Anupriya Deotale (violin), Jivesh (Music Arrangement, guitar & Vocal Poetry, Zuheb Ahmed Khan (Tabla), Tonish Kumar (keyboard), Fakhroddin Ghaffiri (percussions.) and the event compared by Sadhna Shrivastava.
" Jagielka added: "All of us are desperate tonish as high up as we can so I wouldn't say there is nothing to play for, and if there are any players thinking like that then they will get found out and won't get to play in the team anymore."
I loved this from start tonish and have to admit to watching "e Wizard of Oz a couple of days earlier just to refresh my memory of that wonderful lm.
" Susie Rodgers won gold in the equivalent S7 event in convincing fashion, clocking 5mins 22.74secs tonish 18secs ahead of her nearest rival.
" Leeds concluded a disappointing campaign with 10 points out of 15 since the club's ownership was sorted out tonish 15th in the table.
His presentation of himself as a celebrity judge of music and painting may be tongue-in-cheek in 1802, but two years later, when Morton Paley takes up his account, this fancy has become a reality: Coleridge indeed invents himself as "the very tonish Poet & Jemmy Jessamy fine Talker in Town." Paley's fascinating account of how Coleridge, already famous as a poet and political analyst, expands his expertise into pictorial and sculptural art, through the guidance of Sir George Beaumont and then through his travels and associations in Italy, brings a new dimension to Coleridge's professional life.
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His characters are marked by ambiguity and doubleness: these 'equivocal birds'; the 'Osage half-breed'; 'Tonish and his half breed compeers' (p.