Definition of Dandyish

1. Adjective. Affecting extreme elegance in dress and manner.

Exact synonyms: Dandified, Foppish
Similar to: Elegant
Derivative terms: Foppishness



Definition of Dandyish

1. a. Like a dandy.

Definition of Dandyish

1. Adjective. In the style of a dandy. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Dandyish

1. suggestive of a dandy [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dandyish

dandle board
dandled
dandler
dandlers
dandles
dandling
dandlings
dandriff
dandriffs
dandruff
dandrufflike
dandruffs
dandruffy
dandy
dandy fever
dandyish (current term)
dandyishly
dandyism
dandyisms
dandyize
dandyized
dandyizes
dandyizing
dandyling
dandylings
dane
dane particle
danegeld
danegelds
danegelt

Literary usage of Dandyish

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1. The Complete Works of Count Tolstoy by Leo Tolstoy (1905)
"dandyish DEVIL. My whole booty for three years amounts to 220005 men. ... (dandyish Devil moves to the right) CHIEF (to Scribe). I am tired. ..."

2. Works by Leo Tolstoy (1905)
"dandyish DEVIL. My whole booty for three years amounts to 220005 men. ... (dandyish, Demi moves to the right.) CHIEF (to Scribe). I am tired. ..."

3. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce (1916)
"The latter was a stranger to him but in the darkness, by the aid of the glowing cigarette tips, he could make out a pale dandyish face, over which a smile ..."

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