Recent Examples of stylish from the Web
Fortunately for baking enthusiasts, Aldi is debuting a new stylish machine to assist you with all those mixing and whipping duties, just in time for the holidays.
Super-stylish and deeply human – even with androids and holograms around – the spectacular follow-up takes the detective story of the first film and turns it into a grand mythology of identity, memory, creation and revolution.
Merv Kilbo from Dadnapped Merv had three important things going for him: stylish hair, a crisp white suit, and sarcasm.
Real Madrid began their defence of the Champions League crown with a stylish 3-0 victory over a stubborn Apoel Nicosia, thanks to a brace from Cristiano Ronaldo and a solitary Sergio Ramos strike.
The Philharmonic Society of Orange County will present its first Philharmonic Holiday House to showcase innovative and stylish trends in holiday home decor.
EATS Nestled on the heart of Linden Street, which features a string of stylish restaurants, historic buildings and cozy wine bars, this lounge-like space boasts an array of inventive cocktails and eclectic bites.
The room at 167 Raw—a Nantucket transplant with long lines—is not as grand but still plenty stylish.
Without the proper collar, the no-tie, unbuttoned shirt look can come off as slovenly rather than stylish.
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First Known Use of stylish
Synonymsà la mode (also a la mode), au courant, chic, cool [slang], exclusive, fashionable, fresh [slang], happening, hip, in, modish, sharp, smart, snappy, supercool, swell, swish, trendy, voguish
Antonymsdowdy, out, outmoded, styleless, unchic, uncool, unfashionable, unmodish, unstylish
Related Wordsdowntown, edgy, funky; dapper, dashing, dressy, kicky, natty, rakish, sassy, saucy, spiffy, spruce; chichi, classy, flossy, haute (also haut), nobby, posh, ritzy, soigné (or soignée), swank (or swanky); elegant, graceful, handsome, majestic, refined, sophisticated, stately, tasteful, understated; doggish, doggy, flashy, gallant; dandyish, dudish, foppish; ultrachic, ultracool, ultrahip, ultraposh, ultrasmart, ultrasophisticated
Near Antonymscheesy, tacky, unattractive, unbecoming; graceless, inelegant, tasteless, trashy, unhandsome; frowsy (or frowzy), sloppy, slovenly, unkempt, untidy; disheveled (or dishevelled), messy, mussy, rumpled, wrinkled; shabby, sleazy
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