Definition of in (grand) style in English:

in (grand) style


  • In an impressive, grand, or luxurious way.

    ‘the opera company's soloists will help launch the appeal in style’
    • ‘Friends and neighbours will be out in style to give the popular singer a real big welcome.’
    • ‘It was apt that young people opened the festival in style, and also closed it in style.’
    • ‘They won their heat convincingly to obtain a favourable lane draw for their final which they won in style.’
    • ‘They like to socialise in style, so I will be going to some really smart parties.’
    • ‘The festival kicks off in grand style on Monday, July 29, with the perennially popular event Mado au Casino.’
    • ‘Wayne celebrated in style with a party for family and friends in the Mount Sion Centre.’
    • ‘The ballroom dancers were out in style while there was also a novelty set dancing display.’
    • ‘A great man for walking, he is a familiar sight on most days as he steps it out in style around the town.’
    • ‘Club members and supporters were out in style to lend their support to this event.’
    • ‘There was festive cheer all over the York area as people young and old celebrated Christmas Day in style.’