Meaning of darkish in English:

darkish

Pronunciation /ˈdɑːkɪʃ/

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adjective

See dark

‘The suspect was in a dark short-sleeved shirt, darkish trousers, dark baseball cap with white motif on the front.’
  • ‘It's a darkish area, so it needs to be lit up like fireworks.’
  • ‘His hair, darkish brown fading to grey, flies upwards in tufts.’
  • ‘Its underparts were pale, and the upper parts were a darkish, flat blue.’
  • ‘It does not matter that many of them have darkish complexions and names like Pepe.’
  • ‘Many of these works conceal a subtle trace of humour, sometimes a bit darkish.’