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  • adj.fashionable
  • adj.neat
  • verbtidy

synonyms for trig

  • chic
  • chichi
  • contemporary
  • current
  • fly
  • latest
  • mod
  • modern
  • now
  • smart
  • swank
  • a go-go
  • a la mode
  • all the rage
  • customary
  • dashing
  • faddy
  • favored
  • genteel
  • hot
  • in style
  • in vogue
  • in-thing
  • last word
  • latest thing
  • modish
  • natty
  • new
  • newfangled
  • popular
  • posh
  • prevailing
  • rakish
  • stylish
  • swanky
  • trendsetting
  • trendy
  • up to the minute
  • up-to-the-minute
  • upscale
  • usual
  • well-liked
  • with it
  • à la mode
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  • antiquated
  • dull
  • old
  • old-fashioned
  • past
  • unfashionable
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    Jane was a trig, neat body; small, as the coast girls often are—I wonder why?
    A SINGULAR LIFEELIZABETH STUART PHELPS
    Harry and Seth made everything trig and came in last, leaving the cat-boat at anchor far out.
    BETTY LEICESTERSARAH ORNE JEWETT
    The trig little sail-boat turned out to be a respectable yacht, steam, at that.
    THE STOLEN SINGERMARTHA IDELL FLETCHER BELLINGER
    Trig′amist, one who marries three wives; Trig′amy, the state of having three husbands or wives at the same time.
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    Trigla, trig′la, n. the typical genus of Triglid, the gurnards.
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    Ballymena is a smart looking place, trig and trim, thriving and well-liking, a place to look upon and live.
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    His beak, feet, and legs are of a pinkish tint, making him look quite trig and dressy.
    OUR BIRD COMRADESLEANDER S. (LEANDER SYLVESTER) KEYSER
    This trig, well-developed beauty, with her sensible, alert face and capable manner was an agreeable revelation.
    THE LAW-BREAKERS AND OTHER STORIESROBERT GRANT
    The vessel was newly painted, trim and trig in appearance and was seemingly of about two thousand tons register.
    THE BUNGALOW BOYS ALONG THE YUKONDEXTER J. FORRESTER
    Mrs. Lunn fluttered a little on her perch at the sight of him, and then settled herself quietly, as trig and demure as ever.
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