adjective, dash·i·er, dash·i·est.

showy; stylish; dashing.

Origin of dashy

First recorded in 1815–25; dash1 + -y1
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Examples from the Web for dashy

Historical Examples of dashy

  • It was a visitor, and he came alone—a young fellow of dashy appearance, handsome black hair and whiskers, and very black eyes.

    Cudjo's Cave

    J. T. Trowbridge

  • And Laura set the dashy little thing with its head on one side, and held it up coquettishly.

    Real Folks

    Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney

  • It was a dashy barouche, drawn by a glossy-black span, and occupied by two ladies and a lapdog.