Word "STYLE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
designate by an identifying term
Synonyms:
title
Examples:
They styled their nation `The Confederate States'

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the popular taste at a given time
Synonyms:
trend, vogue
Examples:
the 1920s had a style of their own

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
distinctive and stylish elegance
Synonyms:
dash, elan, flair, panache

Crossword Clues for STYLE

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Clue Source Date
Designate The Telegraph Quick 25 Jun 2022
Fashion sense Newsday 15 May 2022
Way cathedral city set up fashion The Times Cryptic 02 May 2022
Panache Thomas Joseph 26 Apr 2022
Hairdo ... or do, as hair Universal 18 Apr 2022
Manner or way of doing or dressing Irish Times Simplex 15 Apr 2022
Subject for Vogue The Washington Post 28 Mar 2022
Subject for Vogue LA Times Daily 28 Mar 2022
Pizazz Newsday 27 Mar 2022
Prose phraseology Newsday 25 Mar 2022
Mode; elegance The Times Concise 10 Mar 2022
Manner of expression Newsday 05 Mar 2022
Editor's concern The Washington Post 02 Feb 2022
Editor's concern LA Times Daily 02 Feb 2022
Pen extremely legible type The Guardian Cryptic 01 Feb 2022
Fashion flair USA Today 30 Jan 2022
Panache Universal 30 Dec 2021
Elan The Telegraph Quick 21 Dec 2021
Distinctive manner of writing, say LA Times Daily 20 Dec 2021
Fashion Thomas Joseph 27 Nov 2021
School report found over the wall Irish Times Crosaire 18 Nov 2021
Elan The Telegraph Quick 09 Nov 2021
Reportedly, rustic steps in vogue The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Nov 2021
Fashion The Telegraph Quick 22 Oct 2021
Manner of writing Newsday 16 Oct 2021
Chicago-___ pizza The Washington Post Sunday 10 Oct 2021
Pizzazz Universal 06 Oct 2021
Hairdo Universal 29 Sep 2021
Fashion sense Newsday 28 Sep 2021
Manner or way Irish Times Simplex 21 Sep 2021
Fashion Wall Street Journal 30 Aug 2021
Flair Universal 02 Aug 2021
Hairdresser's concern LA Times Daily 13 Jul 2021
Hairdresser's concern The Washington Post 13 Jul 2021
Fashion New York Times 05 Jul 2021
Fashion Eugene Sheffer 03 Jul 2021
Flair for fashion Newsday 29 Jun 2021
Way New York Times 05 Jun 2021
Fashion Universal 23 May 2021
Bob or weave The Washington Post 11 May 2021
Bob or weave LA Times Daily 11 May 2021
Flair; technique The Telegraph Quick 07 May 2021
Fashion Thomas Joseph 03 May 2021
Manner The Telegraph Quick 03 May 2021
Class LA Times Daily 02 May 2021
Class The Washington Post 02 May 2021
Designer's interpretation Newsday 25 Apr 2021
Set my clues lacking any regular form The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Apr 2021
Personal flair USA Today 06 Apr 2021
Flair The Washington Post 24 Mar 2021
Flair LA Times Daily 24 Mar 2021
Fashion The Telegraph Quick 19 Mar 2021
Fashion sense Universal 15 Mar 2021
The way it's done The Washington Post Sunday 14 Mar 2021
Reportedly, rustic steps in vogue The Times Cryptic 12 Mar 2021
Flair Thomas Joseph 15 Feb 2021
Panache The Telegraph Quick 09 Feb 2021
Panache Thomas Joseph 04 Feb 2021
Arrange at the salon The Washington Post Sunday 24 Jan 2021
Distinction of expression Newsday 15 Jan 2021
Elegance The Telegraph Quick 22 Dec 2020
Manner or way Irish Times Simplex 19 Dec 2020
Fashion sense Newsday 02 Nov 2020
Not merely cut New York Times 11 Oct 2020
"I like your ___!" Family Time 28 Sep 2020
Business casual, e.g Universal 25 Sep 2020
'Project Runway' topic USA Today 24 Sep 2020
Fashion flair Premier Sunday 20 Sep 2020
Fashion Eugene Sheffer 19 Sep 2020
Manner of dress USA Today 18 Sep 2020
Manner of talking or writing Newsday 11 Aug 2020
Fashionista's sense USA Today 02 Jul 2020
Shag or bob Premier Sunday 14 Jun 2020
M.O New York Times 05 Jun 2020
'Gangnam ___' (first YouTube video to pass a billion views) New York Times 19 May 2020
Fashion blogger's concern Universal 17 Apr 2020
Tailor having a bit of modesty left The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Mar 2020
Punk, e.g New York Times 06 Mar 2020
Barber New York Times 29 Feb 2020
Subject for Strunk and White Wall Street Journal 26 Feb 2020
Approach step that's pronounced The Telegraph Cryptic 09 Feb 2020
Word with house or high
Word with house or high New York Times 02 Feb 2020
Fashion sense LA Times Daily 31 Dec 2019
Fashion sense The Washington Post 31 Dec 2019
Fashion flair Newsday 10 Dec 2019
Artistic expression Newsday 28 Nov 2019
Fashionista's concern USA Today 28 Nov 2019
Fashion blogger's concern USA Today 16 Nov 2019
Approach tasty leftover sandwiches The Telegraph Toughie 01 Nov 2019
Fashion New York Times 23 Sep 2019
Fashion designer's forte Universal 20 Sep 2019
Contents of pasty leaving taste The Sun Two Speed 14 Sep 2019
Elegance The Sun Two Speed 14 Sep 2019
Fashion; design The Telegraph Quick 17 Jul 2019
__ points Newsday 13 Jul 2019
Salon choice USA Today 22 Jun 2019
Fashion Family Time 26 May 2019
Panache New York Times 17 May 2019
Couturier's concern USA Today 23 Apr 2019
Pizazz Newsday 03 Apr 2019
Art deco or art nouveau USA Today 26 Mar 2019
Barber, say Newsday 09 Mar 2019
Fashionista's field USA Today 05 Mar 2019
Newspaper section Wall Street Journal 26 Feb 2019
Manner; elegance The Times Concise 30 Jan 2019
Newspaper section The New Yorker 14 Jan 2019
Fashion; mode The Guardian Speedy 06 Jan 2019
Panache
Art deco or art nouveau
Couturier's concern
Salon choice
Newspaper section
Fashion designer's forte
Fashion
Fashion sense
Fashionista's field
Fashion
Fashionista's concern Wall Street Journal 17 Dec 2018
Panache lacking at the start in eyesore? The Sun Two Speed 17 Dec 2018
Topic in Vogue USA Today 17 Dec 2018
Designer's choice The Washington Post Sunday 02 Dec 2018
Pizzazz Wall Street Journal 24 Nov 2018
Manner or way of doing something Irish Times Simplex 06 Oct 2018
Fashionista's concern Newsday 30 Aug 2018
Manner of speaking Newsday 26 Aug 2018
Fashion week topic USA Today 25 Aug 2018
Way of writing or dressing Family Time 20 Aug 2018
Mohawk or mullet New York Times 31 Jul 2018
Strunk and White topic LA Times Daily 06 Jun 2018
Strunk and White topic The Washington Post 06 Jun 2018
Elle or GQ focus USA Today 04 Jun 2018
Fashion designer's concern USA Today 18 Mar 2018
Pizazz Universal 10 Mar 2018
Do hair Universal 13 Feb 2018
Flair The Telegraph Quick 09 Jan 2018
Verve Universal 03 Jan 2018
Topic in Vogue
Strunk and White topic
Flair
Elle or GQ focus
Fashion week topic
Verve
Fashionista's concern
Manner
Pizzazz
Mohawk or mullet
Do hair
Baroque, e.g The Washington Post Sunday 31 Dec 2017
Fashionista's forte USA Today 13 Dec 2017
Do salon work USA Today 04 Nov 2017
Couturier's concern Wall Street Journal 21 Oct 2017
Fashion flair New York Times 26 Sep 2017
Playing form Jonesin 29 Aug 2017
Fashionista's concern The Washington Post 03 Aug 2017
Fashionista's concern LA Times Daily 03 Aug 2017
Bob or weave New York Times 02 Jul 2017
What a fashionable person has Universal 07 May 2017
Manner Wall Street Journal 03 May 2017
Do a salon job USA Today 28 Apr 2017
Panache LA Times Daily 23 Apr 2017
Panache The Washington Post 23 Apr 2017
Manner of writing Universal 19 Apr 2017
Taste Canadiana 03 Apr 2017
Aesthetic Universal 13 Mar 2017
Where swine lives empty life, in a way The Times Cryptic 01 Feb 2017
Distinctive manner LA Times Daily 15 Jan 2017
It bears a stigma, part of nasty lesion The Times Cryptic 10 Jan 2017
Fashion flair
Do a salon job
Do salon work
Fashionista's concern
Fashionista's forte
Panache
Fashionista's concern
Distinctive manner
Manner of writing
What a fashionable person has
Bob or weave
Art critic's phrase, literally LA Times Daily 02 Dec 2016
Shag or bob New York Times 15 Nov 2016
Creative technique Newsday 13 Nov 2016
Panache Newsday 26 Oct 2016
Manner adopted by lusty leader The Telegraph Toughie 18 Oct 2016
Curl up and dye? Family Time 18 Sep 2016
Creative expression Newsday 04 Sep 2016
Hairdresser's forte Universal 26 Jul 2016
Do a salon job Universal 20 Jul 2016
What the rich live in? Universal 25 Jun 2016
Mode of writing Newsday 16 Jun 2016
*Give a permit to, say New York Times 16 Jun 2016
In __ (fashionable) Newsday 02 May 2016
Make do? Wall Street Journal 22 Apr 2016
Fashionable flair USA Today 09 Mar 2016
Manner USA Today 07 Mar 2016
Clothes go in and out of it USA Today 22 Feb 2016
Approach New York Times 20 Feb 2016
The current fashion USA Today 10 Feb 2016
Manner Universal 09 Feb 2016
Flair Eugene Sheffer 22 Jan 2016
Flair Wall Street Journal 05 Jan 2016
Do a salon job
*Give a permit to, say
Shag or bob
Hairdresser's forte
What the rich live in?
Flair
Manner
The current fashion
Art critic's phrase, literally
Mode Eugene Sheffer 25 Dec 2015
Fashion sense Jonesin 01 Dec 2015
Tudor or Art Deco New York Times 12 Oct 2015
Design steps for climbing over a fence, did you say? The Telegraph Toughie 27 Aug 2015
Hairdresser's creation Newsday 10 Aug 2015
Designer's concern Thomas Joseph 07 Aug 2015
Topic for Strunk and White LA Times Daily 23 Jul 2015
Fashion LA Times Daily 23 Jun 2015
Vogue topic Premier Sunday 21 Jun 2015
Way LA Times Daily 19 Jun 2015
Pen article in French manner The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Jun 2015
Phraseology Newsday 09 May 2015
Work with hair USA Today 20 Mar 2015
Give a coif to Premier Sunday 08 Mar 2015
"Gangnam ___"
Vogue topic
Tudor or Art Deco
Taylor Swift song with lyrics about James Dean
Phraseology
In __ (fashionable)
Hairdresser's creation
Clothes go in and out of it
Class
Topic for Strunk and White
Fashion
Manner
Work with hair
Way
Give a coif to
Fashionista's field
Modus operandi
Fashionable thing to be in
Kind of manual
Elegance
Fashion sense
Art Deco, for one
"Project Runway" topic
Art nouveau, say
Manner
Hair arrangement
"I like your ___!"
Arrange, as hair
Vogue
Do dos
Fashion sense
Manner
Fashion consciousness
Newspaper section
Distinctive manner
Fashion
Hair arrangement
Something a model should be in
Clothes go in and out of it
Dash
Fashionable flair
What's in, in fashion
Arrange, as hair
Savoir faire
Subject for Strunk and White
Flair
Newspaper section
Panache
Mode of fashion
Vogue
Never important as talent
Do decorative work
Elegance
A flair for fashion
Class
Clothes go in and out of it regularly
Panache
Billy Joel's "That's Not Her ___"
Fashionista's concern
Mode
Baroque or rococo, e.g.
"Love, American ___" (1970s TV show)
Elegance
Prepare, as hair
Musical "Council"?
Vogue
Manner of expression
Vogue topic
Elegance
Dècor option
Runway concern
Washington Post section
Fashion designer's asset
Panache
Creative expression
Flair
Artistic expression
"I like your ___!"
Mode
Hair arrangement
Designer's offering
Editor's concern
"I like your ___!"
Fashion flair
Fashion sense
Fashionista's concern
Fashion plate's concern
Go out in ___ (retire with class)
Pizazz
Work with hair
Early American, e.g.
Fashionista's concern
Panache
Work with hair
Pizazz
Fashion
Strunk and White subject
Baroque, for one
Designer's concern
Elegance of dress
Hair arrangement
Creative interpretation
Do some salon work
Strunk and White subject
Nerd's deficit
Hair arrangement
Elegance of dress
Fashion plate's forte
Flair for fashion
What the well-to-do live in?
Counterpart of substance
Field of White?
What the well-to-do live in?
Panache
"Fashions fade, ___ is eternal" (Yves St. Laurent)
What's in
Editorial matter
Editor's concern
Latest thing
Topic for Vogue
Do
Good thing to be in
Clothes go in and out of it regularly
Strunk and White subject
Word with family or house
Coif
Do a salon job
Fashionable flair
Do dos
Do a salon job
Couturier's concern
"Project Runway" star Tim Gunn's forte
Hairdo
What Fred Astaire had
Chicness
"The Elements of ___" (Strunk and White book)
Clothes go in and out of it regularly
The wealthy may live in it
Genre
Class
Elle topic
Fashion sense
Elegance
Flair
Panache
Elegance
What many people don't want to be out of
Do
Clothes go in and out of it regularly
It may be set in Paris
Vogue
It may be signature
Smartness
What many people don't want to be out of
Do
Thing to be in
Rococo, for one
Fashion
Designer's concern
Arrange hair
Savoir faire
Baroque or rococo
Manner
Do, as of hair
Louis Quatorze, for example
Subject for Strunk
Vogue
Fashionista's concern
Fashionable elegance
Fashion
Fashion
Panache
Savoir-faire
Newspaper section, perhaps
Curl up and dye?
Good thing to be in
Class
Mode
Hair affair
Manner of performance
Elegance
Hair affair
Dash
Editor's concern
Fashion
"The Elements of __"
Do a do
Distinctive elegance
Decorator's concern
Panache
Vogue
Do a do
Manner
Vogue
Elegant flair
Arrange hair
Elegance
Early American, e.g.
Fashion plate's concern
Do up, as an updo
Kind of manual
Pizazz
Counterpart of substance
Give a do to
Strunk & White concern
"Fashions fade, ___ is eternal": Yves St. Laurent
Oleg's concern
Fashion
"In __" (fashion mag)
Do a do
Kind
French Provincial, e.g.
What's in, in fashion
Strunk and White concern
Panache
Designer's concern
Vogue
Fashion sense
Do a job at 9-Down
Current vogue
Fashion
Afro or bob
Rage
Beehive, e.g.
Modality
Panache
Individuality
Edwardian or Victorian
"In __" (fashion mag)
Fashionable flair
Editor's concern
Type
Type
Fashion maven's concern
Early American e.g.
Do, as hair
Class
Pioneering Washington Post section
Fix hair
In thing, in fashion
Do hair
Strunk and White subject
"Je ne sais quoi"
Quality of imagination
Elegance
Chic
Realism, e.g.
Give a do to
Bob, for one
Pizazz
Fashion
Vogue
Counterpart of substance
Newspaper section
The way you do the things you do
Distinctive manner
Do a salon job
Fashionable, after "in"
In thing, in fashion
Savoir-faire
Go in __ (put on the dog)
Class
Couturier's concern
Manner
Class
Afro or brush cut, e.g.
Design
Mode
Strunk & White concern
Pizazz
Flair
What the well-to-do live in?
Class
Astaire had it
Do, as hair
Washington Post section
Chic
Tailor
Chic
Pizzazz
Phraseology
Form
Distinctive manner
Elegance of manner
Sundial gnomon
Manner
Manner of expression
Design
Element in elegance
Haute couture
Milady's concern
Art Deco, e.g.
Life follower
Bill Blass's concern
Prevailing taste
Pin of a sundial
Manner of writing
Elegance
Engraving tool
Word with life or hair
Klein creation
Milliner's concern
Playing form
Mini or maxi
Technique
Copy-editor's concern
Editor's concern
Bon ton
Paris forte
Couturier's concern
Mode of life
Manner of expression.
Distinction.
Manner.
Forte of 8 Down.
Variety.
Kind.
Fashion.
Graver.
Distinctive manner of art.
Couturier's concern.
Elegance.
Literary quality.
Author's concern.
Etching needle.
Empire, for one.
Paris product.
Etching tool.
Literary distinction.
Form.
Name.
Entitled.
The chemise, for example.
Artist's distinctive manner.
Valentina's forte.
Mode.
Paris export.
Gloria Swanson's forte.
Distinction in art or acting.
Mollie Parnis' forte.
Distinctive manner or method.
Make fashionable.
Christian Dior's specialty.
Pater's forte.
"___ is the dress of thoughts."—Stanhope.
Approach
Fashion sense
Sunday newspaper section
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