Definitions

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  • adv. In a stylish manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a stylish manner; fashionably; showily.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a stylish manner

Etymologies

stylish +‎ -ly (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Space limitations probably prevent it from become a fully-fledged mausoleum, but I'm sure they could accommodate a few of the wealthier patrons in stylishly-designed cubes, or other forms of contemprary art.

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  • Her hair was more sandy than blond, and in a style that Dax would classify as stylishly modern.

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  • The front desk was already crowded with other students who had questions and problems and two young women, dressed almost as stylishly as Mrs. March, were answering questions and passing out papers.

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  • Dressed today in a Christian Dior gown, Barbara presented a striking picture of maturity with her stylishly coiffed silver hair.

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  • And they usually write more stylishly; but the recent rise of the literary crime fiction epitomised by PD James has made that distinction less clear.

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  • * OK, the King's Cross basin drinking tea out of a plastic cup, but ever so stylishly

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  • There is no shame in borrowing Cable's clothes – Miliband just needs to wear them more stylishly.

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  • Among the selected highlights: FX repeats the first four episodes of its stylishly berserk American Horror Story starting at 10/9c. ...

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  • • Monday was World AIDS Day, and Aldo makes it cheap to do your part — stylishly.

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  • The cinematographer, Wally Pfister, has already demonstrated his mastery in a string of Christopher Nolan films and won an Oscar for "The Dark Knight"; this time he works stylishly but unobtrusively, and that includes what may amount to an accidental sight gag, when someone almost blocks the camera in the process of whispering in someone else's ear.

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