An exclamation of greatness, used to replace great
, fandabidosie, etc... Originates from the mining town of Navan
and the Loretto College in particular.
Mary comes into school with a new pair of Nike tackies. Her friend Emma would say, "Ah they're stylee" in place of "I think that your trainers are the most beautiful I have ever seen and will blackmail my parents into buying me a pair of those this very evening."
From Jamaican patois stylistical derivation: It means "style."
Currently the overused word of choice for British music critics, even (or especially) when it's completely inappropriate.
"Melodically, this track would hardly sound out of place, reworked in a Euro stylee, representing the UK at Eurovision."
- an NME review of Morrissey, fer chrissakes.
style or manner
'Drop that science in the T-Dot stylee'
something with an excess of style.
stylee clothes man, where did you buy them ?