Definition of blockish in English:

blockish

adjective

  • 1Big, bulky, or crude in form or appearance.

    ‘his blockish architecture is ugly if functional’
    • ‘The restaurant is housed in a nondescript small blockish building, which has in the past served as an internet cafe and a shop for plumbing supplies.’
    • ‘It may be comprehensive and easy to navigate, but - unusually - the design is a little blockish and dour.’
    • ‘The deer - a thick, blockish buck with bold antlers - was visible instantly.’
    • ‘The Su Tongpo poetry of the Kusoshi is printed in clear, blockish characters, while the waka verses appear in a mixture of cursive characters and kana syllables.’
    • ‘I didn't particularly like his psychotherapist, who seemed to me rather brusque and blockish, yet he seemed to establish a trusting relationship very quickly.’
    • ‘I took out my notebook and observed the opposite coffeeshop, in a blockish script.’
  • 2Unintelligent.

    ‘the blockish Ajax will meet the challenge of Hector’
    • ‘Those who can not understand this look blockish.’

Pronunciation:

blockish

/ˈblɒkɪʃ/