Definition of untrendy in English:

untrendy

Syllabification: un·trend·y
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈtrendē
 
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adjective

informal
Not very fashionable or up to date: his untrendy long hair
More example sentences
  • He always wore his defiantly untrendy glasses, and those heavy-weight specs - with lenses like front-room windows - became as much a hallmark of his premiership as his alleged habit of tucking his shirt into his underpants.
  • The bread pudding is steadfastly untrendy.
  • Still, it's tomorrow's consumers who will have the greatest influence on the planet; on whether the landfill sites explode with all those sports bags discarded as untrendy long before the zippers break.

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