modish


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Synonyms for modish

Synonyms for modish

being or in accordance with the current fashion

Synonyms for modish

in the current fashion or style

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Having played a few gigs on the local circuit, the band looked every inch the modish musicians.
King Tut's, Glasgow, January 8 Appearing on a bill at King Tut's New Year's Revolution alongside headliners the King Hats, were rockabillytinged Oasis wannabes The Heretics and modish postpunks Sick Kids, Dunfermline's People Places Maps.
Hate crime" is a left-wing concept associated with a modish wish to champion certain causes: homosexuality, people who have sex changes, race relations, multiculturalism.
And in later cross traffic dusty Pleides hitherto a small modish afterthought.
IT HAS become modish to suggest that post-race pop concerts are an unqualified good, and that those who doubt their usefulness to anything other than racecourse balance sheets are (yawn) reactionary traditionalist Colonel Blimps who should be stuffed and put in a museum, blah blah blah.
Hailed as the Rhone's finest white wine, this modish grape is produced in tiny amounts and commands designer price tags.
CTI Records' legacy embodies a balance not found elsewhere in jazz: listenable yet challenging, pleasant yet bizarre, modish yet unabashedly square.
For Precious Little, a modish elfin figure, is a circus-hand with the Light Fantastics.
The collection that hits the shelves this autumn has a plethora of obsequious designs exuding modish sophistication for the fashion conscious man and woman.
In due course, the name changed to Investors in Industry, the banks sold their stakesandI CFC was floatedon the Stock Exchange as modish 3i.
Hussey's thesis is pop psychology on a pop-culture canvas, even featuring the 'Royale with Cheese' scene from Pulp Fiction, and set to an appropriately modish soundtrack including punk, Justice and the quintessentially Gallic grooves of '90s chart-botherers Air.
ROOMS AT THE TOP: The modish living room and kitchen, top right, of an apartment at the Malmaison, above right Pictures: HOWARD DAVIES
China of the Ming dynasty appeared to have it all, including intelligence and good looks, but it tended to be shallow and modish, was ruled by an unworthy elite, and had begun to discern the contempt with which it was beheld by the West.
The contributors to the book show how the explosion of counterfeit medicines in less-developed countries gravely damages the health of the poor and is encouraged by a lack of enforceable property rights and weak rule of law; endemic corruption in the health systems of less developed countries imperils the health-related Millenium Development Goals; the UN's centrally-planned HIV/Aids and malaria programmes have harmed patients and wasted resources; government attempts to plan and control universal healthcare systems result in rationing, inequitable access and entrenched corruption; and the structure and funding of the World Health Organisation leads it to focus resources on the modish health issues of wealthy countries instead of its core business of fighting the diseases of poverty.
Modish new hotels and world-class restaurants are popping up all over the city, and there's a general sense that much like her fabled daughter Miss Scarlett O'Hara, this gal will never go hungry again.