modish

[moh-dish]
adjective
in the current fashion; stylish.

Origin:
1650–60; mode2 + -ish1

modishly, adverb
modishness, noun
unmodish, adjective
unmodishly, adverb


smart, chic, fashionable, trendy.
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modish (ˈməʊdɪʃ)
 
adj
in the current fashion or style; contemporary
 
'modishly
 
adv
 
'modishness
 
n

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modish
1650s, from mode (2) + -ish. Very common in 17-18 c.; now somewhat arch. [OED].
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Example sentences
The kitchen looks used and the interior decoration is not especially modish.
To some of us, this modish view is nihilistic, not progressive.
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