goodish goodish


  1. (adj) moderately good of its kind
  2. (adj) large in amount or extent or degree


  1. Yes, Hosea was at best a middling-to-goodish contestant for the entire season.
  2. From the rear it did not look right; it was lopsided, with a goodish-sized object hung unsymmetrically under its right wing.
  3. Charles Fourier, who loved cats and flowers, was probably mildly insane, but in a pleasant, do-goodish way.


  • "Actually, that's the only goodish thing in all this - that she doesn't know," says Suchet. "I know the past is a closed book, but she doesn't."
    on Feb 21, 2009 By: John Suchet Source: Times Online

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