One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1A person's distinctive and attractive or impressive style of dress or way of doing things.‘the pearl studs added a snazzy touch to her steez’
- ‘Her TV steez involves a lot of color, layers, high waisted shorts, sweet hoodies and crop tops.’
- ‘Check out their high fashion steez.’
- ‘If you want to cop Lydia's floral steez, you can still pick up this sweatshirt for a mere $10.’
- ‘With his theatrical steez, one hopes for a musical someday.’
- ‘Jordan's steez was rather understated on Saturday night, as was his play on the basketball court.’
- ‘Bruno keeps with his natural retro steez, taking us back to the 70s with his latest video.’
- ‘And Nicki continued to stun with her new, more subdued steez.’
- ‘I can't really remember the last time I saw a young lad with so much technical ability and steeze.’
- ‘She just went all in on a haircut, went super short and changed her whole steeze.’
- ‘Childs has so much steeze and a good eye for spots.’
- 1.1mass noun The quality of being effortlessly stylish or fashionable.‘this humble city of ours has some serious steez’
- ‘Look, guys, the steez never stops.’
- ‘From the tropical strains of Kilter to mould-breaking newcomers like Ribongia, this year's given us plenty of local steeze to cheer about.’
- ‘Fine street edit with plenty of steeze, loved this and I'm sure the street dogs will do too.’
- ‘His tweets have also been translated by the WizzNuttz - not once, but twice. Now that's steez.’
- ‘The mag cites the track "Crazy Kids" as featuring a little of that Appalachian steez.’
- ‘This house has the potential to be an urban oasis with serious steeze.’
1990s: alteration of style, perhaps influenced by ease.
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