Definition of Faddishness

1. Noun. The state or condition of being faddish. ¹



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Definition of Faddishness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Faddishness

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Literary usage of Faddishness

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1. Current Social and Industrial Forces by Lionel Danforth Edie (1920)
"For granted the faddishness of modern people, there is yet more than faddishness in being friendly to novelty in a novel environment. ..."

2. Drift and Mastery: An Attempt to Diagnose the Current Unrest by Walter Lippmann (1914)
"For granted the faddishness of modern people, there is yet more than faddishness in being friendly to novelty in a novel environment. ..."

3. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1904)
"... nature- study is the natural and inevitable product of real educational progress, and not that of professional faddishness or exploitation. ..."

4. The Bookman (1905)
"How could you be so cruel—just for the sake of literary faddishness? Isn't there enough of misery and tragedy in life that you story-spinners must make us ..."

5. Some Modern Novelists: Appreciations and Estimates by Helen Thomas Follett, Wilson Follett (1918)
"He had perhaps a mild contempt for faddishness and ineptitude. He threw good-natured ridicule upon ..."

6. A Social Theory of Religious Education by George Albert Coe (1917)
"We have then the antidote for the substitution of personal attractiveness for skill; we have the corrective for both faddishness and traditionalism; ..."

7. The Catholic Spirit in Modern English Literatureby George Nauman Shuster by George Nauman Shuster (1922)
"On the other hand, there are many who as a result of the modern upheaval have grown quite tired of eccentricity and faddishness; who are convinced as men ..."

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