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  • adv. In a fashionable manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a fashionable manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a manner accordant with fashion, custom, or prevailing practice; with modish elegance: as, to dress fashionably.

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

  • adv. in a fashionable manner


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From fashionable +‎ -ly.


  • However, the term "fashionably late" has now expanded to envelope more than a 15-minute tardiness to a dinner, but instead into every aspect of our chaotic lives from blowouts to coffees with a friend.

    Haley Sherif: Fashionable Late, or Rude?

  • The fact that we still think of Keats as a canonical author, an inevitable, and, in fashionably theoretical terms, unwelcome, jaded presence in our curriculum may have something to do with the separation between research and teaching which has become part of our profession.

    Teaching Keats's 'Ode on a Grecian Urn' in New Zealand

  • Karen, who is dressed in fashionably frumpy thrift-shop attire and uses epithets with no concern to where they are placed in a sentence, reminds Teo that he is clearly not serious and later suggests that he try to find a new man via the personals in the Village Voice.

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  • Pretty ladies in fashionably pitched bonnets smiled, and said, One of your little ones, Mrs. Buller?

    Six to Sixteen: A Story for Girls

  • The term fashionably late was given new meaning at the Lanvin Spring/Summer 2011 show in Paris Friday evening, when a host of fashion editors were kept dawdling outside a warehouse for over an hour in the rain while last-minute rehearsals continued inside.

    Nicole Berrie: Lanvin Spring/Summer 2011 - Roman Holiday! (PHOTOS)

  • First of all, Muslims don't have ministers, and the imams and religious leaders they do have don't dress "fashionably" at all.

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  • I say "fashionably" because this was the early '90s, the height of a particular kind of political correctness, and it was becoming fashionable, in response, to talk about how much feminism sucked.

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  • And by "fashionably" I mean really, really, embarrassingly late.

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  • I knew that Cindy was upstairs, all dressed and ready, waiting to be "fashionably" late and impress everyone when finally she drifted down the stairs.

    Seeds of Yesterday

  • Motrin ran an ad that targeted young mothers thought to be in physical pain from "fashionably" carrying children in wearable carriers.



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