Definition of Chicness

1. Noun. Elegance by virtue of being fashionable.

Exact synonyms: Chic, Chichi, Last Word, Modishness, Smartness, Stylishness, Swank
Generic synonyms: Elegance
Specialized synonyms: Dapperness, Jauntiness, Nattiness, Rakishness
Derivative terms: Chic, Chic, Modish, Smart, Stylish, Stylish, Swanky



Definition of Chicness

1. Noun. The state of being chic ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Chicness

1. elegance [n -ES] - See also: elegance

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chicness

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chicness (current term)
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chicory plant
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Literary usage of Chicness

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1. How Paris Amuses Itself by F[rank] Berkeley Smith (1903)
"It is her chicness, her vivacity, and her innate knowledge of the artificial which makes her attractive, for not all the actresses in Paris are in the ..."

2. As the Hague Ordains: Journal of a Russian Prisoner's Wife in Japan by Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore (1907)
"So, I think, if it is the same to you, Sophia Ivanovna, I will forego the American beauty and her greater chicness, and continue to seek out my adorable ..."

3. As the Hague Ordains: Journal of a Russian Prisoner's Wife in Japan by Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore (1907)
"So, I think, if it is the same to you, Sophia Ivanovna, I will forego the American beauty and her greater chicness, and continue to seek out my adorable ..."

4. The American Woman Abroad by Blanche McManus (1911)
"This makes for trimness and chicness it is true, and with her well-coiffed hair, slightly gummed to stay in place, the Frenchwoman does produce a ..."

5. The Complete Opera Book: The Stories of the Operas, Together with 400 of the by Gustav Kobbé, Katharine Wright (1922)
"With much chicness she even tells him that, when she delivered his laundry, she tried to attract his attention, but he was always too absorbed in study to ..."

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