stylish

adjective
styl·​ish | \ ˈstī-lish How to pronounce stylish (audio) \

Definition of stylish

: having style specifically : conforming to current fashion

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Other Words from stylish

stylishly adverb
stylishness noun

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Take a ride on the New York City subway and you’ll be bombarded with ads for direct-to-consumer luggage brands promising to make our lives easier, smoother (literally, with four wheels instead of two), and more stylish. Lale Arikoglu, Condé Nast Traveler, "Why Everyone Wants an Away Suitcase," 26 Nov. 2018 The brand is updating the classic pastel compact cosmetic cases with sleek new additions like Simone's favorite MVP Beautypack, to appeal to a more stylish and active generation. Amira Rasool, Teen Vogue, "Simone Biles Teams Up With Accessories Brand Caboodles to Help People Get Organized," 10 Oct. 2018 For those needing lots of space, there will be the Pacifica, with the Jaguar adding a more stylish and more compact alternative. Jonathan M. Gitlin, Ars Technica, "A cab ride in a Jaguar? Waymo will go classy for 20,000 electric robotaxis," 27 Mar. 2018 Surely there’s a stylish (but still functional) alternative! Madeline Fass, Vogue, "Ditch the Commuter Tote in Favor of These Chic, Functional Work Bags," 3 Feb. 2019 Timothée did his usual thing this week—was stylish, nice to fans, a promising young actor, etc.—but this was not a usual week in any other regard. Cady Drell, Marie Claire, "This Week in Timothée Chalamet, September 28 Edition," 28 Sep. 2018 Contemporary, stylish, at the top of art and fashion, emotional, funny, sarcastic and unapologetic. Yerin Kim, Seventeen, "How "Crazy Rich Asians" Is Making History as a Romantic Comedy," 9 Aug. 2018 There’s still no series that makes fighting demons feel quite so stylish, which makes the return of Devil May Cry — the first entry in the series in more than five years — especially welcome. Andrew Webster, The Verge, "The 40 games we can’t wait to play in 2019," 26 Dec. 2018 RiRi turned up for the date looking stylish as ever, in a trench coat draped off of her shoulders and black strapless dress. Halie Lesavage, Glamour, "Rihanna and Her Billionaire Boyfriend Were Just Spotted on a Cozy Pre-Holiday Date," 24 Dec. 2018

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First Known Use of stylish

1785, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of stylish was in 1785

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stylish

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of stylish

: following the popular style

stylish

adjective
styl·​ish | \ ˈstī-lish How to pronounce stylish (audio) \

Kids Definition of stylish

: having style : fashionable a stylish suit

Other Words from stylish

stylishly adverb

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