intended to appeal to a small group of fashionable people
- cultishly, adverb
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How to use cultish in a sentence
I returned the sneakers to their boxes, slightly less perplexed by their cultish appeal.Summer’s Ugliest Trend? Sneaker Wedges Should Be Banned! | Isabel Wilkinson | May 30, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Chatwin's books—he published a precious six in his brief career—no longer enjoy the cultish following that they once did.
But if Bublé has an underground, cultish following that are his most hard-core, devoted fans, it's moms.