Meaning of fairish in English:


Pronunciation /ˈfɛːrɪʃ/


See fair

‘A fairish number of people have written or commented on this post to the effect that it's not true that the association is making money unfairly off the backs of young athletes; they get a very valuable education out of the thing.’
  • ‘I'm an MBA with a fairish background in the subject.’
  • ‘To his call of ‘Kharkov! ‘, on the other hand, a fairish, goodlooking man responded instead of the one he had meant.’’
  • ‘As to the discrepancies, Valerie Storie denied saying ‘light fairish hair’; she also denied ever saying that they had picked him up because they had not done so.’
  • ‘When my Dad was my age if his car broke down there was a fairish chance that he'd know to sort the problem out.’