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  • adv. In a faddish way.

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  • adv. in a faddish manner


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  • Devon Blue and Six Spires, cutely enlivened by a "compression" of pear faddishly done in a sous-vide vacuum cooker and candied walnuts. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • So is a menu that mingles the pleasingly traditional with the faddishly modern. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • While it's refreshing to see a diet book geared toward the psychology behind weight gain (instead of one that faddishly recommends a few specific foods to eat and to avoid), McGraw tends to complicate his advice with unnecessary jargon.

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  • We should move very carefully and not faddishly rush pell-mell into this sphere.

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  • His photos reveal intense blue eyes peering from under faddishly long and tousled tufts of white-blond hair, an athletic build, and face carved with ruggedly handsome features better suited for traversing the ski slopes or riding the ocean surf, than wheeling down a hospital corridor.

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  • They've engaged occasionally, mostly faddishly, with experiments in new media - they created with much fanfare a new media arts board.

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  • My parents were smokers, so I was never curious, I didn't see anything faddishly rebellious about it, either, and the habit always simply seemed revolting.


  • In the past people have said that the secret of beauty is a sense of inner calm or clear skin or a complex million-to-one genetic fluke that happens to fit society’s faddishly ephemeral ideals at any given time, but all these people are idiots.

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