characterized by or conforming to style or the fashionable standard; fashionably elegant; smart or chic: She wore a very stylish gown to the inaugural ball.

1775–85; style + -ish1

stylishly, adverb
stylishness, noun
quasi-stylish, adjective
quasi-stylishly, adverb
superstylish, adjective
superstylishly, adverb
superstylishness, noun
unstylish, adjective
unstylishly, adverb
unstylishness, noun

stylish, stylistic. Unabridged
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stylish (ˈstaɪlɪʃ)
having style; smart; fashionable

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Example sentences
Stylish teenagers flock to the gleaming mega-mall, watched by shirtless beggars
  crouched in gutters.
Even the stylish new round hat had the same significance.
Myra was not sure that she was, but it sounded stylish though vaguely improper.
We are going through a generational and cultural change that provides for
  casual, yet stylish dress in business and education.
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