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high style


  1. the most up-to-date, elegant, or exclusive fashion, especially in clothing.

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Other Words From

  • high-style adjective

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Word History and Origins

Origin of high style1

First recorded in 1935–40

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Example Sentences

Jetha and Ryan, with boldness, humor, and high style, offer a better, wiser, and healthier alternative.

He wrote in the High Style, after Bellow, and declared war on cliché.

These, combined with his assured high style, had woven him the magical coat, threadbare to quiet scrutiny.

He then went to his mother, and talked to her, in a high style, of his desperate intentions with respect to Henry Campbell.

And, to send Selim off in high style, he ordered Dick to bring down his new saddle and holsters, with his silver-mounted pistols.

People don't turn out what they're meant, who have Irish kitchens and high-style parlors, all alike.

Turning to domestic policy—we gave it to the Whigs in high style.


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