modish

[ moh-dish ]SEE DEFINITION OF modish

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MODISH

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

Tis modish to say women are tender, Phoebe; more modish than true.

She wore a modish hat that was immensely becoming, and looked charming.

Judge then, if to me a lady of the modish taste could have been tolerable.

Orson Vane's bias toward the theatre did not displease the modish.

And Anne, neither classic nor modish, still vaguely resembled her!

She was, in fact, a modish old lady as were her three friends.

And John took off his hat, a modish Panama, and bowed and smiled to her and to the lady.

Ray took from Miss Jevne the black silk gown, modest but modish.

The French plays, too, were the feigned delight of all the modish world.

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