Definition of toughish in English:



See tough

‘This toughish walk takes 4-5 hours, but leads through spectacular scenery.’
  • ‘Ours was toughish and not much on taste either.’
  • ‘The buffet runs a fish-centric gamut from savory casseroles and coconut-milk stews to toughish scallops and decent sushi.’
  • ‘It is preoccupying the British as never before, and the result will presumably be the toughening of already toughish laws.’
  • ‘With your little non-repeating popgun, you're forced to wade through a few toughish sub-levels, before - hang on to your hats, viewers, you'll never expect this one - having to take on all the previous stages' bosses one after the other!’