Examples of trendy in a Sentence
a group of trendy young professionals
if what's in the stores is any indication, shorter skirts are trendy again this year
Recent Examples of trendy from the Web
Miki Agrawal, the controversial co-founder of the trendy period-underwear brand Thinx, will soon be releasing a second book into the world.
Some boys also requested trendy haircuts, forbidden both by ISIS and the prison.
Technology also takes center stage: the Atlas can be had with the latest active safety features, infotainment displays with crisp graphics, and even a trendy reconfigurable digital gauge cluster.
An upcropping of trendy boutique hotels means there are plenty of options to choose from for a mini staycation.
Tony Lopez, who rents out an apartment in Havana's trendy Vedado (vay-dah-doe) neighborhood, says the new policy is hurting Cuban entrepreneurs.
Fans went crazy for his grayer head of hair, dapper sweater ensemble, and trendy sneakers.
The coincidence seems to be just that, as both women have taken a liking to the trendy hue lately.
The bright and trendy new office building that Fish has planted at 13333 Holmes Road is a decidedly different addition to the growing Martin City commercial revitalization.
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First Known Use of trendy
TRENDY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of trendy for English Language Learners
: currently popular or fashionable
: liking or tending to like whatever is currently popular or fashionable : influenced by trends
TRENDY Defined for Kids
Definition of trendy for Students
: currently fashionable or popular a trendy restaurant
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