Definition of goodish in English:

goodish

adjective

  • 1Fairly good.

    ‘in goodish working order’
    • ‘My husband always urged me to lay down wine and I tried it once - put a wine rack in the cellar, bought two mixed cases of goodish clarets and laid them out neatly.’
    • ‘There are some decent private schools around, and a fair number of goodish universities, at least in terms of working conditions, and they do occasionally provide their foreign employees with reasonable accommodation.’
    • ‘You can see the Assistant website here, listen to some oldish but goodish demos here, and find out about the next gig here, too, when we know about it.’
    • ‘Now, these are goodish movies, if not the masterpieces that we are led to believe.’
    • ‘He did a goodish job, too, until a serious injury put him out of rugby for a year.’
    • ‘However I have been given a large number of old books recently and also have a goodish choice from work, so book buying has been sparse recently.’
    • ‘‘His next run will on a right-handed track, which is flat and has goodish ground’, said trainer, Jessica Harrington.’
    reasonable, passable, tolerable, satisfactory, acceptable, respectable, decent, all right, good enough, goodish, pretty good, not bad, moderate, average, middling, ample, adequate, sufficient
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    1. 1.1Fairly large.
      ‘a goodish portion’
      • ‘Ford expected modest sales but a goodish profit from its new product.’

Pronunciation:

goodish

/ˈɡo͝odiSH/