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There was evidence of great care and taste in every fold of her modish dress.
WAYSIDE COURTSHIPSHAMLIN GARLAND
Elizabeth blushed prettily, her shy gaze taking in the details of Miss Tripp's modish costume.
AND SO THEY WERE MARRIEDFLORENCE MORSE KINGSLEY
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.
THE AMAZING INHERITANCEFRANCES R. STERRETT
Here facing her, with a profound Reverence and modish Phrase, he begs the favour of knowing her Commands.
Or, if you be rich, the big hall of the new and expensive "Carlton" is now the most modish place for after-theatre supper parties.
Sometimes she will wear both ruff and collar, the ruff underneath to prop up her collar at the back to the required modish angle.
ENGLISH COSTUMEDION CLAYTON CALTHROP
Conscious that her clothing was not modish, she had slipped timidly across the room to join Grannis.
FIND THE WOMANARTHUR SOMERS ROCHE
And assuredly there was never an age in which man so masked his nature under modish innovations as he does in the present.

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