fairish[ fair-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF fairish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FAIRISH
She was consuming a fairish stretch of open water at a high speed.
"Fairish," the other replied evasively; and Taylor grew suspicious.
The majority were Russian and French with a fairish sprinkling of Belgians.
Then we got a fairish breeze; but we can get nothing in moderation.
It was a business as had been established some time—a fairish business it was.
I have been over it a fairish number of times, but I have never been able to get the hang of it.
It is handy for the river, and I do a fairish trade with sailors of an evening.
He seemed about thirty, fairish, with a rather ragged moustache.
Unluckily he had pitched upon one who, when he is in collar, reckons thirteen and a half hours a fairish day's work.
Now, ladies, I call that a fairish good fight, considering no one is killed on either side.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR FAIRISH
- fair to middling
- no great shakes
- of poor quality