Goodish
Goodish Good"ish, a. Rather good than the contrary; not actually bad; tolerable. [1913 Webster]

Goodish pictures in rich frames. --Walpole. [1913 Webster]


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  • goodish — ► ADJECTIVE 1) fairly good. 2) fairly large …   English terms dictionary

  • goodish — [good′ish] adj. 1. fairly good 2. fairly large …   English World dictionary

  • goodish — good|ish [ˈgudıʃ] adj BrE informal 1.) fairly good but not very good ▪ Is the pay good? Goodish. 2.) a goodish distance/number etc a fairly long way, a fairly large number etc …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • goodish — adjective a) Rather good than the contrary; not actually bad; tolerable. The white rock, visible enough above the brush, was still some eighth of a mile further down the spit, and it took me a goodish while to get up with it, crawling, often on… …   Wiktionary

  • goodish — good|ish [ gudıʃ ] adjective MAINLY BRITISH INFORMAL 1. ) a goodish distance or amount is fairly long or fairly large 2. ) fairly good …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • goodish — adjective (only before noun) BrE informal 1 a goodish distance/number etc quite a long way, quite a lot etc 2 fairly good but not very good …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • goodish — UK [ˈɡʊdɪʃ] / US adjective informal 1) a goodish distance or amount is fairly long or fairly large 2) fairly good …   English dictionary

  • goodish — /ˈgʊdɪʃ/ (say goodish) adjective rather good; fairly good …   Australian English dictionary

  • goodish — adjective 1. moderately good of its kind a goodish wine • Similar to: ↑good 2. large in amount or extent or degree it cost a considerable amount a goodly amount received a hefty bonus a respectable sum …   Useful english dictionary

  • goodish — adjective see good I …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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