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Poetic Definitions: modish
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Explicitly modern, prevalent, contemporary, current or up-to-date.
dainty
jaunty
formal
normal
stylish
voguish
But not obsolete, outdated, superannuated, rococo or out-of-date.
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— Maude Howard
Yoda
Modish: Master, can I become antiquated?

Old, before time you never were!
Newfangled, you have been!
Fashionable, you are!
Graceful, you will always be!

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— Elva Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term modish
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for stylish

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Aurora Foster
Waka
Just like the gallants,
they're fashionably tasteful.
Neither coarse nor plain!
A swell, dandy or swelling.
Being modish or trendy.

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— Effie Cooper
Verse (modern)
Modish

If modish is rarely in verse, then Danish may have been the curse!
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— Lucinda Marshal
Unitoum
Modish

Newly
old-fashioned
lately
antiquated

old-fashioned
baby
antiquated
person

baby
ignore
person
forget

ignore
lately
forget
newly.
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— Lucia Ros
Tanaka
Proportional font
the twentieth century
become visible
A novel or novelette.
Being latest or final.

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— Lana Innocent
Rondelet
Modish

In the fashion,
refinedly agreeable.
In the fashion,
negative justification.
Easily understandable,
elegant and fashionable.
In the fashion.

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— Gerardo Leopold
Pi (π)
Can I pass a verse, proclaimed so crowds might see
Terse exalting overviews, vaguely informing, and oh now divulged free?
Modish or trendy seem way too apparent. But is heading?
Prevalent, smart? - or tasteful, graceful? Damn! I excluded leading!
I reason exclusive and similarly kittenish, but rightly ought I
- blurt concepts so - summaries crafted from computers spry?
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— Kenny Red
Octosyllable
Really dainty and formal.
But also jaunty and normal.
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— Gerard Silver
Nonet
Being handsome, fine, nice or courtly
as a takeaway from the booth
conformity to fashion
without motivation
sophisticated
fashionable
elegant
dressy
smart
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— Everett Justice
Mirror Cinquain
modish
chic, trendy
knowing, swinging, tidying
prevailing at a particular time
spruce
clip
to arrange in due order for sailing
preparing, adorning, curtailing
neat, smart
trim
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— Mattie Vaughan
Limerick
There was a boy from Oddessy,
He wanted a word for dressy.
      Could it be catfish?
      But then thought stylish!
So smart that boy from Oddessy.
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— Allan Valentine
Kural
Recherche, vogue, designer, princeliness
Simpleton's elegant buzzards

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— Courtney Harding
Haiku (terse)
Contemporary
undenominational
sophisticated

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— Lucille Ritchie
Haiku (3-word)
Overpowering
undenominational
popularity

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— Lucy Carlisle
Haiku (modern)
Smart, chic, new and posh,
genteel, dressy, and nifty,
contemporary!

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— Jared Tate
Gnomic
Being futile, fruitless or useless.
Being superfluous, redundant or needless.

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— Bernard Gay
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
chic
stylish
being cool
contemporary

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— Allen Harding
Diamante
Modish
full, congested
resisting, preventing, intercepting
loon, block ..... formers, gray
tarnishing, sullying, blackening
dull, pale
antiquated
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— Léonard Wyatt
Cinquain - Phrasal
modish
ladies' man
spick and span
being modish or trendy
chic

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— Mildred Baldwin
Cinquain - Expressional
modish
and fashionable
restaurants in company
whose first product smart.
chic!

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— Alan Mckenzie
Butterfly Cinquain
graceful
concluding piece
slender and delicate
strictly relative in nature
easy
as a takeaway from the booth
stimulate to effort
not difficult
charming
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— Deborah Hardy
Acrostic - Prefix
 Modern
orthodox
dashing
illustrious
stylish
high-toned
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— Ryszard Allen
Acrostic - Diagonal
Mainstream
Vogue
Ladylike
Designer
Cheesy
Blockhead
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— Kenneth Howard
Acrostic - Suffix
Mainstream
Go
Buzzard
Chichi
Vigorous
Stylish
 
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— Kevin Wade

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.