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modish

[ moh-dish ]

adjective

  1. in the current fashion; stylish.

    Synonyms: trendy, fashionable, chic, smart



modish

/ ˈməʊdɪʃ /

adjective

  1. in the current fashion or style; contemporary


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Derived Forms

  • ˈmodishly, adverb
  • ˈmodishness, noun

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Other Words From

  • modish·ly adverb
  • modish·ness noun
  • un·modish adjective
  • un·modish·ly adverb

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Word History and Origins

Origin of modish1

First recorded in 1650–60; mode 2 + -ish 1

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Example Sentences

It feels bizarrely out of place, and the horde of modish Angelenos decide to capture it on their iPhones and Androids.

A group of modish young Angelenos has congregated at Eveleigh, a bistro off Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood.

Top-40 music is blaring and the crowd, most of whom are standing, is young, modish, and easy on the eyes.

United received heaps of critical acclaim stateside and Phoenix became a favorite among the modish indie crowd.

There was evidence of great care and taste in every fold of her modish dress.

Elizabeth blushed prettily, her shy gaze taking in the details of Miss Tripp's modish costume.

He, as well as Madam de Broglie, was a master of all the modish and fashionable small talk jargon of Paris.

Suard will be embarrassed with them, as the modish French style runs into the other extreme.

Granny looked up and sighed as she saw the slim little creature in a very modish frock and a very modish hat.

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