Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE STYLISH

But when we get to Washington, we want sunthin' gayer, more stylish, to ride on.

To be sure, the opera and the Italiens were more stylish; but she could not help gaping there.

That black was more stylish than purple, was an idea quite beneath Ernestine's notice, so she went back to her former query.

A few weeks of stage experience had given her a more stylish appearance.

I tell her bronze finish is better, keep cleaner and more stylish.

This room was much affected by Lantier, who thought it more stylish by far than the public one.

She would indeed have felt it treason to admit its inferiority to any of her cousin's more stylish dresses.

The skirt of the coachman's coat is very full and pleated, and the more stylish the equipage, the broader is the driver.

I do think James Gordon might have provided a more stylish Casino while he was about it.

I'm goin' to make doughnuts—fried cakes I used to call 'em, tho' it's more stylish to say doughnuts these days.