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fash·ion·a·ble

fashionable

 
pronunciation:
fae sh n bl
features:
Word Combinations (adjective)
part of speech: adjective
definition 1: conforming to current trends or styles.
The bride wore her mother's wedding dress although the dress was no longer fashionable.He doesn't care what he wears, but his brother likes to be fashionable.They don't consider it fashionable to have dinner before eight o'clock.
synonyms:
au courant, current, faddish, hot, in, stylish, trendy, up-to-date
antonyms:
dated, dowdy, frumpy, outdated, passe, unfashionable
similar words:
chic, de rigueur, modish, new, popular, smart, swell
definition 2: of, relating to, or characteristic of the world of fashion.
This magazine has the best reporting on fashionable trends.
synonyms:
stylish, trendy
antonyms:
provincial
similar words:
chic, mod, modish, new
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derivations: fashionably (adv.), fashionableness (n.)