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Synonyms for with-it

being or in accordance with the current fashion

Synonyms for with-it

in accord with the most fashionable ideas or style

having the shrewd resourcefulness needed to survive in an urban environment

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He's noticed that teenagers tend not to be too with-it in the mornings and his imaginative solution is to move the school starting time to the afternoon.
This makes the worldly and with-it Radosh quite the outsider as he dives into the decidedly un-hip universe of Evangelical pop culture--a world that is, above all, determined to be neither secular nor elite.
Today's with-it 'rents think twice before exposing their child to--pay attention here, this gets complicated--this following impromptu periodic table of hazardous materials:
Whether it's an effort to be young and with-it or if it's just some perverted altruism, the networks simply need to stop paying attention to the Internet.
Another with-it Expo vendor was Tierney Rides, a team of brothers from Chicago who don't even make a snow sports product.
If the "modern world," inflected in with-it academic talk as "modernity," is the Enlightenment along with the Industrial Revolution, we need to get on with the perennial academic task of making sense of these shopworn but usable labels.
Coroner Aidan Cotter said: "We are beginning to find more people driving with excess alcohol and Oliver's death demonstrates that however young, fit, with-it and intelligent you may be, if you drink with excess alcohol this is the type of thing that can easily happen.
When you watch MTV and what's going on in youth culture, you just find these very attractive, very with-it young people with same-sex attractions.
The last volume in the Time series, this book begins with Emma's dismay that her mother has re-entered her life--as a with-it 20-something.
Instead of an almost universal dumbing down, a retreat into "a lifestyle option" mentality with technicians-cum-cheerleaders in clerical collars (or smart power suits), instead of trying to fight in armour designed for us by the winsome and with-it witnessing crowd, we should borrow from our own church history (remember church history?
But since the fall of the "Waspocracy" new outlets for snobbery have developed in areas such as food and wine, fashion, high-achieving children, schools, politics, health, being with-it, name-dropping, and lots more.
At HE2002, two-channel stereo occupied the main spotlight, with particular emphasis on pop and rock from few decades back and a lot of talk calculated to appeal to aging, nostalgic baby boomers who might want to recapture the with-it feelings of their youth.
From the heyday of the superstars--the Fonteyns, Nureyevs, and Grahams--when dance was regarded as chic, with-it, and superlatively relevant, we are now seen as old hat, without-it, and fundamentally irrelevant.
We'll wait until the baby's a little bit older and more with-it - then I can have a little bridesmaid.