American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Informal Interested in and sensitive to the latest styles and trends; up-to-date.
- adj. Informal Streetwise and knowing; savvy.
- adj. Informal Mentally competent.
- adj. in accord with the most fashionable ideas or style
- adj. having the shrewd resourcefulness needed to survive in an urban environment
“This group is so desperate to seem with-it that once again, they end up lacking any credibility whatsoever.”
“Cook was at the top of his game playing "George Spiggot", a with-it, Mod Lucifer.”
“It's the only salon in a town of "Palm Beach Crash Helmet" hairdos that's young and with-it.”
“Despite my advancing years, however, I am still a with-it and happening dude.”
“And, re: Lady Gaga and Twilight: what if, rather than "lob my fists" (ouch) at stuff that's aimed at not-particularly-sophisticated tweens and kidults, I shrug and leave the kids to their fun, while considering any adult who takes that stuff * seriously* a little dumb (or desperate to seem with-it)?”
“She is fairly with-it for looking so weak and frail.”
“The chips were aimed at the youth market, marketed as "the with-it chip.”
“You are not shooting for, "what a hip and with-it person that politician is.”
“That signals her foray into the more with-it woman she can be -- although she more than hinted at that earlier in Christine Lavin's "Air Conditioner," a liberated woman's insistence that no man is worth her time unless he has the right cooling appliance.”
“ I didn't know if there had been a reason for all the tests, but the nurse practitioner, a with-it lady with dyed dark hair, had said there was.”
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