modish modish


  • (adj) in the current fashion or style



  1. As the rage for modish wallpaper rolls on, the woman who started it all, Florence Broadhurst, is having an overdue revival.
  2. The youngsters had not come for some modish Jesus rock festival.
  3. Barzel likes modish suits and wears fashionably long sideburns.


  • Video: Franz Ferdinand: "Right Action"

    On August 27 in the U.S. and August 26 in the UK, Domino will release the first Franz Ferdinand LP in four years, Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action . The first single, "Right Action" , produced by Joe Goddard and Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip and mixed by Dave Fridmann, has now got the following video-- which depicts the band playing among an array of modish, psychedelic illustrations ...
    on July 8, 2013     Source: Pitchfork


  • MacShane called "worrisome" the "anti-Jewish discourse, a mood and a tune whenever Jews are discussed whether in the media (BBC in particular), at universities, among the liberal media elite or at dinner parties of modish London."
    on Sep 7, 2007 By: Denis MacShane Source: FrontPage

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tacit tacit
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