Definition of modishly in English:

modishly

Pronunciation /ˈmōdiSHlē/ /ˈmoʊdɪʃli/ /ˈmädiSHlē/ /ˈmɑdɪʃli/

adverb

derogatory

See modish

  • ‘Emotionally, he keeps the film in the same modishly cool gear, mirroring the 19-year-old's detachment to the consequences of blindly following a wanted felon.’
  • ‘When one arrives at the platform, attractive and modishly adorned stewardesses usher you to your berth.’
  • ‘Even the most puritanical, old-style theorist, or the most modishly self-conscious, context-seeking musicologist will be hugely entertained, as well as enlightened, by this book.’
  • ‘A bright orange backpack was slung ever so modishly across his shoulders and, when he turned around, I saw that he was wearing a black Nirvana T-shirt and neon pink Converse sneakers.’
  • ‘You are saying we cannot be modishly innovative.’

Pronunciation

modishly

/ˈmōdiSHlē/ /ˈmoʊdɪʃli/ /ˈmädiSHlē/ /ˈmɑdɪʃli/