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.
by shintriad June 05, 2004
style or manner
'Drop that science in the T-Dot stylee'
by whiskymack February 21, 2004
An exclamation of greatness, used to replace great, wonderful, spiffing, fandabidosie, etc... Originates from the mining town of Navan in Eire 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."
by Brodieman December 01, 2004
something with an excess of style.
stylee clothes man, where did you buy them ?
by px October 03, 2004

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