Pronunciation of Modish
/m_ˈɒ_d_ɪ_ʃ/, /mˈɒdɪʃ/, /mˈɒdɪʃ/
Antonyms for modish:
insignificant, shabby, hated, disliked, washed-up, nameless, graceless, messy, trashy, unimportant, dowdy, despised, styleless, outmoded, cheesy, sloppy, inconspicuous, Indistinguished, anonymous, unpopular, frowsy, uncool, wrinkled, unstylish, unfashionable, unbecoming, Unhandsome, unkempt, unattractive, mussy, tasteless, obscure, unknown, old-fashioned, slovenly, untidy, unexceptional, sleazy, tacky, out, disheveled, rumpled, detested, rejected, inelegant.
Usage examples for modish:
- Johnny, secure in his fresh cleanness and his ignorance of the traditions of the place, strode through the onyx- pillared lobby peopled with well- fed, modish human beings who conversed in modulated voices or bustled in and out, engrossed with affairs which might or might not be of national importance. - "The Thunder Bird", B. M. Bower.
- " Battledores and Shuttles" appeared in 1761. I know that no little maids could ever have lived without dolls, not even the serious- minded daughters of the Pilgrims; but the only dolls that were advertised in colonial newspapers were the " London drest babys" of milliners and mantua- makers, that were sent over to serve as fashion plates for modish New England dames. - "Customs and Fashions in Old New England", Alice Morse Earle.