Definition of stylish in English:

stylish

Line breaks: styl|ish
Pronunciation: /ˈstʌɪlɪʃ
 
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adjective

1Having or displaying a good sense of style: these are elegant and stylish performances
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  • From the kick-off both teams put on a display of stylish, exquisite rugby.
  • There was more of the same in the third set as the Belgian displayed some stylish tennis to race into the lead.
  • Sutton United moved into the top five of the Ryman League with another stylish performance on Saturday.
1.1Fashionably elegant: a stylish range of jewellery
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  • One science teacher tried to convince me that his suit was stylish and expensive.
  • There is something for all levels of knitters, and some very stylish designs.
  • We choose Vrinda and Sylvie because they are different, contemporary and stylish.
Synonyms
fashionable, modish, voguish, modern, ultra-modern, contemporary, up to date, up to the minute, trendsetting; smart, sophisticated, elegant, chic, polished, dapper, debonair, dashing, fine, fancy, flashy, designer; Frenchà la mode
informal trendy, with it, all the rage, bang up to date, in, now, hip, cool, big, natty, classy, nifty, dressy, ritzy, snazzy, snappy, flash, sharp, fancy-pants
North American informal kicking, kicky, tony, fly, spiffy, sassy, stylin'

Derivatives

stylishly

adverb
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  • He turned to see an elegant, stylishly dressed woman approaching him.
  • Set in a present-day high school, using modern slang to fuel its script, it stylishly uses all the violence and sinister leanings of classic film noir.
  • The elegant, spacious rooms are all en-suite and stylishly decorated.

stylishness

noun
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  • Hosting a wide range of events, from DJ sessions and art exhibitions to short film festivals and video installations, it offers up a nice mix of stylishness and art culture.
  • Never mind that they showed our chaps in the dungeons, there was a certain stylishness to them that caught the dying echoes of the last blast of stiff-upper-lipped officers.
  • In both, neighbourhoods of incredible luxury and stylishness exist alongside areas of urban deprivation, with all the attendant social ills you would expect.

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