faddy faddy

Definition(s):

  • (adj) intensely fashionable for a short time

Usage(s):

  • Together they created a style she described as "smart but not faddy, fashionable but not funky, chic and understated.

News

  • BlackBerry Plunges On Abysmal Results

    So much for the great underdog renaissance. Most people will hardly be surprised to learn that in a world in which economic conditions are deteriorating faster and faster for the vast majority of the population, that what little disposable cash flow consumers have is not being spent on a product that was "cool" and "faddy" in 2003, namely the Blackberry. And if there was any confusion the just ...
    on June 28, 2013     Source: Zero Hedge

Quotes

  1. "He is already a legend in Scotland now, obviously the whole country there has been thrilled about the way that the team has done, and clearly Faddy has scored the crucial goals," Irvine said. "And if he can do that again, he will be a god in...
    on Nov 15, 2007 By: Alan Irvine Source: Times Online

  2. "Faddy's situation is a major worry," said Scotland manager George Burley. "We are not blessed with a lot of top, world-class players. We haven't completely ruled him out but we have to be realistic and it's not looking good for James. Faddy...
    on Feb 6, 2009 By: George Burley Source: AFP

  3. "To be at the top level you need three or four quality strikers," Arteta told Sky Sports News. "At the moment, we've two, although we've got Faddy fighting back from injury as well. I'm sure they're going to do something about it. If they...
    on Aug 9, 2007 By: Mikel Arteta Source: SkySports

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