Definition of Modish. Meaning of Modish. Synonyms of Modish

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Definition of Modish

Modish
Modish Mod"ish, a. According to the mode, or customary manner; conformed to the fashion; fashionable; hence, conventional; as, a modish dress; a modish feast. --Dryden. ``Modish forms of address.' --Barrow. -- Mod"ish*ly, adv. -- Mod"ish*ness, n.

Meaning of Modish from wikipedia

- Fashion is a po****r aesthetic expression at a particular time and place and in a specific context, especially in clothing, footwear, lifestyle, accessories...
- The Modish Husband is a 1702 comedy play by the English writer William Burnaby. It is in the Restoration-style comedy of manners. Staged at the Drury Lane...
- The Modish Couple is a 1732 comedy play by the British writer James Miller, under the pen name Charles Boaden. A virtuous wife reforms her rakish husband...
- premises of college from typical college atmosphere, mature girl, funky and modish dude to the jealous or scheming friend. The show premiered in India on Sahara...
- Women-only trains run between Palwal and Delhi. I.T.I. HATHIN Modish public school|Modish Public School Shanti public school|Shanti Niketan Public School...
- up there among the great Hamlets", were it not for Rickson's "mindlessly modish" staging, while The Times found him "unbearably moving". The Guardian described...
- when Brylcreem was the accepted hair product for men. In Los Angeles, his modish salon and his style of cutting hair proved po****r. He taught his methods...
- The Fair Example, or the Modish Citizen is a 1703 comedy play by the English writer Richard Estcourt, originally staged at the Drury Lane Theatre. It was...
- ...the eighth is that "post-ironic" is an acceptable term – it is very modish to use this, as if to suggest one of three things: i) that irony has ended;...
- current and former faculty. Time magazine has referred to Shabtai as Yale's "modish club du jour" and the campus' "secret society of a different stripe," In...
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