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Definition of "dudish" []

  • Like a dude or dandy; foppish; fastidious about personal appearance. (adjective)

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Use "dudish" in a sentence
  • "Banty would have felt himself an awful owl were he to say it, but it somehow suited the tall, pink boy, and did not sound one particle "dudish," or offensive, and during the ten-mile drive across the Kamloops Hills Banty decided that Con was a first-rate fellow, notwithstanding his abominable clothes and "swagger" English accent."
  • "Dandified, or, as we should now term them, "dudish" affairs, were not allowed at Keilhau; so various witticisms were made which culminated when a pupil of about our own age from a city on the Weser called us Berlin pomade-pots."
  • "Banty would have felt himself an awful owl were he to say it, but it somehow suited the tall, pink boy, and did not sound one particle "dudish," or offensive, and during the ten-mile drive across the Kamloops Hills Banty decided that"
Words like "dudish"
dissipated-looking
fremen
fresh-scrubbed
kinda-sorta
musically-gifted
sullen-faced
wash-hand
well-drest