observant of or conforming to the ; stylish:
a fashionable young woman.
of, characteristic of, used, or patronized by the world of :
a fashionable shop.
a fashionable topic of conversation.
a fashionable person.
In the fashionable shopping district of Damascus the atmosphere is somber.
Gay Syrian Blogger a Hoax? Asne Seierstad June 5, 2011
Once a staple of grunge, Birkenstocks have reemerged as a fashionable item for spring.
Are Birkenstocks Cool Again? Céline, Giambattista Valli & More (PHOTOS) Misty White Sidell November 26, 2012
They also were dubbed “the prettiest boys in rock” for their fashionable image and glamorous music videos shot in exotic locales.
Duran Duran on 30th Anniversary of ‘Rio,’ the Olympics, James Bond, and More Marlow Stern July 2, 2012
This idea of doing something contemporary and fashionable was very new.
Judith Clark on Cecil Beaton’s Revolutionary Fashion Exhibit Liza Foreman March 11, 2014
Once in London, Frederick presented himself as a fashionable man about town, entertaining freely and informally.
How To Be a King, Circa 1749 Tom Sykes February 26, 2014
Who will say that the fashionable public school was of no use to me after that?
A Rogue’s Life Wilkie Collins
But quizzing is now so fashionable—nobody can be angry with any body.
Tales And Novels, Volume 4 (of 10) Maria Edgeworth
This was the centre of the fashionable residence district in the old days, and the walk along the north side was the “Beaux Walk.”
The Charm of Ireland Burton Egbert Stevenson
Could it be possible for a fashionable charity to be anything but what it appeared to be?
Roden’s Corner Henry Seton Merriman
We dont seem to be moving into the fashionable quarter, monsieur, said Bertrand.
The Milkmaid of Montfermeil (Novels of Paul de Kock Volume XX) Charles Paul de Kock
conforming to fashion; in vogue
of, characteristic of, or patronized by people of fashion: a fashionable café
(usually foll by with) patronized (by); popular (with)
“stylish,” c.1600, “capable of being fashioned,” also “conformable to prevailing tastes,” from fashion + -able. Related: Fashionably.
- Anti fatigue
weariness from bodily or mental exertion. a cause of weariness; slow ordeal; exertion: the fatigue of driving for many hours. Physiology. temporary diminution of the irritability or functioning of organs, tissues, or cells after excessive exertion or stimulation. Civil Engineering. the weakening or breakdown of material subjected to stress, especially a repeated series of stresses. […]
efficacious against fever; febrifuge; antipyretic. an antifebrile agent. Historical Examples This food is esteemed extremely wholesome, and is antifebrile. An Account of Timbuctoo and Housa Territories in the Interior of Africa Abd Salam Shabeeny adjective reducing fever; antipyretic noun (obsolete) an antifebrile agent or drug 1660s, from anti- + febrile. antifebrile an·ti·feb·rile (ān’tē-fěb’rəl, -fē’brəl, -brīl’, […]
- Antifederal party
the party that, before 1789, opposed the adoption of the proposed Constitution and after that favored its strict construction.
U.S. History. a member or supporter of the Antifederal party. (lowercase) an opponent of federalism. Historical Examples After this the Antifederalist forces were confused and easily routed. The Critical Period of American History John Fiske noun (US, history) a person who opposed the ratification of the Constitution in 1789 and thereafter allied with Thomas Jefferson’s […]