Definition of Modist

1. n. One who follows the fashion.



Definition of Modist

1. Noun. (archaic) A follower of fashion. ¹

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Definition of Modist

1. a follower of fashion [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Modist

modify
modifying
modii
modillion
modillions
modiolar
modioli
modiolus
modiomorphid
modiomorphids
modish
modishest
modishly
modishness
modishnesses
modist (current term)
modiste
modistes
modists
modius
modiwort
modiworts
modocs
mods
modulabilities
modulability
modulable
modular
modularisation
modularisations

Literary usage of Modist

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1827)
"A modist COMMENDATION OP COCK-FIGHTING. ThU beat» cock-fighting. I have been led to these reflections by the perusal of some old and scarce tracts in the ..."

2. Publications by William Shakespeare, New Shakspere Society (London, England) (1885)
"Wrangling Lovers. ( Othello the Moor of Venice. And the modist Lovers . . / Six Comedies and Tragedies (t«.) Wrangling Lovers. ..."

3. England and the English by Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton (1836)
"A PHILOSOPHIC modist. ... modist, aged twenty years, living Rue du Faubourg St. Martin, had contracted the bad habit of play. Gay and pretty, she had many ..."

4. Beauty and Art by John Aldam Heaton (1897)
"The modist has become an upholsterer, the upholsterer a modist> and the occupant of the house a dummy to show off their productions. ..."

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