Definition of stylish
: having style; specifically : conforming to current fashion
Recent Examples of stylish from the Web
Dozens of the most stylish celebrities are in one place this weekend, and that place is Paris, where haute couture designers are putting their creations on the runways July 2-6.
Earlier this year, Kendall Jenner did the impossible and made a pool float look more stylish than a million dollar yacht.
Clearly compromised with a hip injury, Kyrgios limped through two sets against France’s Pierre-Hugues Herbert—a classically stylish, stylishly classic player, by the way—before calling it a day.
But as part of a five-year capital investment plan by the Blackstone Group that shifts the hotel’s focus from culinary destination to stylish casino hotspot, those top floors have finally been furnished and opened to the public.
Amazon has made a big push to expand its offerings under private labels like Lark & Ro designed to be as stylish as recognizable national brands.
The company eventually found a more stylish niche thanks to François Goyard, who’d apprenticed for eight years before taking the helm (and changing the name) in 1853.
One option is this classic yet stylish Auburn campus T-shirt, which comes in navy and orange in addition to charcoal.
Here are a few stylish wallet options for those looking to make something of a stand.
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First Known Use of stylish
STYLISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stylish for English Language Learners
: following the popular style
STYLISH Defined for Kids
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