Definition of noirish in English:



See noir

‘Only the capricious talent of David Lynch could manage to produce a noirish thriller that is so confusing and yet spellbinding at the same time.’
  • ‘The show was a dark, noirish thriller about a psychopath working his way up through the ranks of a major corporation.’
  • ‘When Himes was known at all, he was thought of as a writer of noirish detective thrillers, which were seen as a comedown from promising literary beginnings.’
  • ‘The film also looks terrific, and uncharacteristically noirish for a Hitchcock film.’
  • ‘Colapinto's noirish thriller didn't please some critics, who felt the author was straining for effect.’