Examples of modish in a Sentence
He wore a modish gray suit and hat.
the strikingly modish gowns that actresses wear to award shows
Recent Examples of modish from the Web
These work in surprising harmony with the interiors that Francine worked on with the modish decorator Madeleine Castaing, famed for her charming late nineteenth-century revival schemes.
Homes for Hope Designed by USC architecture students and the Martin Architecture and Design Workshop in 2016, Homes for Hope’s modish, 6½-by-11-foot pods are intended to be stackable, easily reconfigured, and code compliant.
At 22, he wears ripped jeans and white sneakers, has a modish haircut and carries a few extra pounds from too many months without work.
The double-breasted, peak late topper recalled the modish suiting sported by Jackie Kennedy, while a crisp, collarless top and skinny black trousers were polished additions.
Quaint Reagan-era scrolling was a precursor to and eventually a subset of trolling, today’s modish rhetorical performance, which was invented in Usenet groups at the end of the ’80s.
Swim through a modish dining room awash in blue-purple light and take a seat at San Antonio’s swankiest restaurant.
At no point during their pumping New York performance did the group play up their inherent novelty, or attempt to appear particularly modish.
The House of Woodcock has its more modish competitors.
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MODISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of modish for English Language Learners
: fashionable or stylish in a modern way
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