Etymology
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modish (adj.)

"fashionable, stylish," often with a hint of contempt, 1650s, from mode (n.2) + -ish. "Very common in 17-18 c.; now somewhat arch[aic]." [OED]. Related: Modishly; modishness.

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Definitions of modish

modish (adj.)
in the current fashion or style;
Synonyms: latest / a la mode / in style / in vogue
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