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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstylishstyl‧ish /ˈstaɪlɪʃ/ ●○○ AWL adjective  STYLE/ELEGANCEattractive in a fashionable way a stylish woman in her forties Jack is quite stylish. a stylish restaurant in the West Endsee thesaurus at fashionablestylishly adverbstylishness noun [uncountable]
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stylishOur bathrooms are not only safe and functional, they're stylish and colour coordinated.They will make you look lean, stylish and even sexy.A very stylish and fashionable plant.a stylish black suitShe was wearing a stylish black woollen dress.The officers were known as the Hat Squad because of their stylish fedoras.The room was full of stylish furniture and expensive paintings.Some of us are wearing stylish golf shoes and some are wearing the high-priced sneakers of Tiger Woods' favorite shoe company.The stylish hand held Ultratone Facial unit is the perfect way to achieve tone and lift, keeping your face looking good.stylish modern furnitureBased on tough, stylish Nissan Pathfinder, a good path to find.With stylish roman numerals, gold-plated case and soft leather strap, these elegant watches are a pure delight to wear.She was a stylish woman, always dressed to suit the occasion.
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