Definition of rakish:
perverse, stylish, debauched, self-possessed, devil-may-care, sick, merry, whipping, self-assured, incontinent, reprobate, degraded, happy-go-lucky, frosty, gay, spiffy, unconstrained, zippy, perverted, dissolute, uninhibited, licentious, degenerate, unclean, brisk, debonaire, self-confident, wanton, abandoned, freewheeling, loose, dignified, demoralized, uncontrolled, fashionable, unrestrained, rattling, harum-scarum, debased, dissipated, crisp, proud, bold, fast, confident, dapper, snappy, gallant, unbridled, ungoverned, nippy, unconventional, snappish, forceful, rakehell, depraved, lively, wild, chipper, raffish, jackleg, dashing, carefree, natty, debonair, decadent, alert, spanking, profligate, libertine, restraint, slaphappy, unwholesome, spruce, smart, warped, jaunty, assertive, nipping.
- fashionable (part of speech: adjective)
ostentatious (part of speech: adjective)
- "Adventures of Bindle", Herbert George Jenkins.
- "The Disturbing Charm", Berta Ruck.
- "Ravensdene Court", J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher.