Fashionable [adjective]

Definition of Fashionable:

stylish, up-to-date

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Sentence/Example of Fashionable:

The way SUVs look became fashionable, but the way they drive never caught on.

You’ll likely struggle to layer those under your normal, fashionable clothing, but you’ll be wearing the warmest base layers possible.

These sleek, compact plates will make a fashionable addition to your dining room table – even when your kids are spilling food everywhere.

Allbirds has built a fashionable B Corp that ties carbon neutrality and sustainability to the core of its business, incentivizing customers to participate beyond their shoe purchase.

Around a decade ago it became fashionable for every company to call itself a technology company—no matter what industry they were in.

What though Maurice wanted to persuade me at Paris that I had better take a britska, as more fashionable?

No more Jenkinsisms in the Morning Post, concerning fashionable parties.

Smoking was called drinking tobacco, as the fashionable method was to "put it through the nose" or exhale it through the nostrils.

I fancy the same may be said of New York, for its fashionable set is not large and its interests are far from various.

He lounged about the station platform and the town p. 25displaying his faultlessly fitting fashionable clothes.