Definition of faddishly in English:



  • See fad

    • ‘After a viewing of the film, I was tempted to write the director off as a charlatan, a faddishly cynical artist.’
    • ‘Although assailed by some for being too canonical and by others for faddishly expanding the reading list, the anthology has prevailed over the years.’
    • ‘Melatonin, a powerful, poorly understood hormone faddishly popular as a sleep aid, may in fact be the last thing you should take if you want a restful night.’