fashionable

[fash-uh-nuh-buhl]
adjective
1.
observant of or conforming to the fashion; stylish: a fashionable young woman.
2.
of, characteristic of, used, or patronized by the world of fashion: a fashionable shop.
3.
current; popular: a fashionable topic of conversation.
noun
4.
a fashionable person.

Origin:
1600–10; fashion + -able

fashionableness, fashionability, noun
fashionably, adverb
antifashionable, adjective
nonfashionable, adjective
nonfashionableness, noun
nonfashionably, adverb
quasi-fashionable, adjective
quasi-fashionably, adverb
ultrafashionable, adjective
ultrafashionably, adverb
unfashionable, adjective
unfashionably, adverb


1. chic, smart, modish, voguish, elegant.


out-of-date; passé.
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fashionable (ˈfæʃənəbəl)
 
adj
1.  conforming to fashion; in vogue
2.  of, characteristic of, or patronized by people of fashion: a fashionable café
3.  (usually foll by with) patronized (by); popular (with)
 
fashiona'bility
 
n
 
'fashionableness
 
n
 
'fashionably
 
adv

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fashionable
"stylish," c.1600, from fashion + -able.
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Example sentences
However, it has become quite fashionable lately among some citizens of our
  country.
We began with the sheep, recently shorn and sporting fashionable blankets so
  they'd remain clean for the judging.
Yet, curiously and disgustingly fashionable in some circles.
Check out the medicines, fashionable jewelry and salesman samples.
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