Definition of "faddish" [faddish]

  • Having the nature of a fad. (adjective)
  • Given to fads. (adjective)

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Use "faddish" in a sentence
  • "The pejorative word faddish an simply be a negative way of saying “current” or “in touch.”"
  • "She underwent an intellectual crisis, she says, discovering that these strategies, which she now calls faddish trends, were undermining public education."
  • "It will protect them from going down the path of something faddish, which is potentially dangerous. ''"