dudish
adjective see dude I

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  • Dudish — Dud ish, a. Like, or characterized of, a dude. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dudish — dudishly, adv. /dooh dish, dyooh /, adj. resembling or characteristic of a dude, as in manner or appearance. [1880 85, Amer.; DUDE + ISH1] * * * …   Universalium

  • dudish — dud·ish …   English syllables

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  • dude — I. noun Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1883 1. a man extremely fastidious in dress and manner ; dandy 2. a city dweller unfamiliar with life on the range; especially an Easterner in the West 3. fellow, guy sometimes used informally as a term of… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • dude N. Amer. — dude N. Amer. [d(j)u:d] informal noun 1》 a man.     ↘a stylish and confident man. 2》 dated a stylish or affected man; a dandy. verb (dude up) dress up elaborately. Derivatives dudish adjective Origin …   English new terms dictionary

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