faddishly faddishly


  • (adv) in a faddish manner


  1. Made even halfway believable instead of just faddishly sick, Victim might have avoided drawing a blank, for behind all the razzle-dazzle lurks a valid satirical notion.
  2. Whatever their merits, the books produce a good many faddishly permissive parents.


  • Crocs Said to Explore Strategic Options as Buyout Talks Falter

    Crocs held talks with private-equity firms including Blackstone Group LP (BX) and KKR & Co., two people said, asking not to be identified because the information is private. Crocs has struggled since 2007 to recapture the growth and profitability that it enjoyed when its clogs were still faddishly popular. Its market value peaked at over $5.6 billion that year, before tumbling along with profits ...
    on November 13, 2013     Source: Bloomberg via Yahoo! Finance


  • "Well, there's the one that's faddishly hot right now," Gates said. "And there's always one like that. Google sort of has that pole position right at the moment."
    on Jul 18, 2005 By: Bill Gates Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer

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