Definition of stylishly in US English:

stylishly

adverb

  • 1In a fashionably elegant manner.

    ‘she dressed stylishly in carefully coordinated outfits’
    • ‘The story begins with three stylishly dressed men striding into a warehouse, where they confront a gang armed with knives.’
    • ‘The master bedroom with exposed stone walls on two sides has been stylishly decorated in lilac with off-white carpeting.’
    • ‘This property offers 140 square metres of stylishly decorated accommodation.’
    • ‘Come Saturday night, they gather in Johannesburg basements, decked out to the nines and stylishly vogue like New York fashionistas.’
    • ‘The kitchen is stylishly fitted with Shaker cherrywood units topped by a black granite worktop.’
    1. 1.1 In a neat, confident, and skillful way.
      ‘stylishly written magazine reviews’
      • ‘They stylishly made it to the first all-Italian Champions League final.’
      • ‘He takes the ball and sprints unopposed for 75 metres before stylishly sliding in.’
      • ‘Stylishly told, this is a taut cop thriller with excellent performances.’
      • ‘Bryson's book makes the search for scientific understanding not only stylishly comprehensible, but also very entertaining.’
      • ‘The average well-bred field setter can stylishly handle grouse and woodcock, and other upland game birds as well.’

Pronunciation

stylishly

/ˈstaɪlɪʃli//ˈstīliSHlē/