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
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.
Amid some light snow flurries, Dior’s creative image director Peter Philips created a beauty look for the fall 2018 show with blunt colorful lines of slightly modish eyeliner.
The venue’s powder blue skate floor is now shiny hardwood, and the colorful shapes that once adorned the walls were phased out for modish black paint.
Nestled in the Meatpacking District, across from the Highline and the future appendage of the Whitney Museum of Art, the 1,500 square foot shop fits right in with its modish surroundings.
This modish label curates inspired, authentic music on the gloomier end of the spectrum, from paranoid synth-punk and noise to visionary experimental.
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First Known Use of modish
MODISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of modish for English Language Learners
: fashionable or stylish in a modern way
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