resembling or characteristic of a dude, as in manner or appearance.
- dud·ish·ly, adverb
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How to use dudish in a sentence
No other boy of their acquaintance was so dudish or comic in dress and manner.The Girls of Central High | Gertrude W. Morrison
"Perhaps if you see it you'll believe it more readily, ye know," remarked the dudish cadet.On Guard | Upton Sinclair
"Oh, Rover, I really believe you are poking fun at that necktie," returned the dudish student.
The dudish student was marched in and made to take a seat on a board which had been placed on two chairs.
And then there was a general laugh, at the recollection of a joke that had once been played on the dudish college student.