modishly


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Synonyms for modishly

in a stylish manner

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A tight, spiral-textured mane complements Michelle Obama's likeness, with the pearl Afro pick placed modishly askew in a Nefertiti-esque hairstyle.
In addition, plans have been announced for the building of two completely new piers in Morecambe and Ingoldmills/Skegness, which would be the erst in over 50 years, while in Italy, architect Norman Foster has apparently included 'a 1000-foot modishly curvaceous pier' in his design for the regeneration of Rimini.
At the time, observers described Solow as a brash, young newcomer -- "a bachelor who wears his brown hair modishly long," as the New York Times put it.
In Mundus et Infans (1500), for example, the World gives Manhood new clothes to mark his entry into the service of Pride, while in Mankind the protagonist's coat is cut down to a modishly short garment when he comes under influence of the vices.
I'm not averse to a spot of it myself - only recently I found relief from a sense of the absolute meaninglessness of existence by treating myself to a lump of Italian cheese and a modishly
Her Majesty is said to be modishly keen to "go green".
The modernist styling of the dramatic centerpiece presents an exciting contrast to the warm wood paneling and modishly futuristic mosaic tiles that encase the lobby.