chic[ sheek ]SEE DEFINITION OF chic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHIC
She was gowned, too, with a chic nicety to arouse the envy of all less-fortunate women.
She was very charming, my friend Hortense, but she troubled about nothing that was not chic.
Dolly has a great many friends in Paris, and so has Dad, and so has Chic.
It is not representation of nature at all, but pure formula and chic.
If it were chic to be devout, no doubt they would pass their life on their knees.
If they be chic, and marry well, I for one shall ask no more of them.
It came to be the chic and proper thing to appear at them in shades of mauve or purple.
The millinery I caught a peep at looked too chic for a grandmother.
He bought two chic Pompadour statuettes to adorn his drawing-room.
There's nothing cheerful, there's no chic to it; there are no live and vivifying sounds in it.