Synonyms of 'swish'
smart and fashionable(informal British) a swish cocktail bar
I was dressed in a smart navy-blue suit.
posh (informal, mainly British),
I took her to a posh hotel for a cocktail.
He is a member of Britain's most exclusive club.
Patricia looked as beautiful and elegant as always.
It became fashionable to eat certain foods.
a sumptuous feast
ritzy (slang), ,
Palm Springs has a lot of ritzy restaurants.
plush or plushy (informal)
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in the sense of elegant
attractive and graceful or stylishPatricia looked as beautiful and elegant as always.
in the sense of exclusive
used or lived in by a privileged minority, esp. a fashionable cliqueHe is a member of Britain's most exclusive club.
posh (informal, British),
swish (informal, British),
in the sense of fashionable
popular among well-off or famous peopleIt became fashionable to eat certain foods.
trendy (British, informal),
happening (old-fashioned, informal),
with it (old-fashioned, informal),
hip (old-fashioned, slang),
all the go (rare),
schmick (Australian, informal),
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Thesaurus for swish from the Collins English Thesaurus