Definition of smoothish in US English:

smoothish

adjective

  • See smooth

    • ‘We could see from our own research that in the UK young people are listening less to radio than their parents, and it's in a kind of smoothish decline.’
    • ‘I ride one of those hybrid bikes that is for road and cycle tracks. The tyres that came with the bike are CAMEL 700x42C. They are smoothish in the centre and more 'grippy' on the outside.’
    • ‘That round, smoothish surface indicates water was there present at one time.’
    • ‘The partial success of the euro - a smoothish cash launch, but with underlying economic problems and weakness in the markets - stands to leave Blair, Brown and Britain with an even tougher decision than before.’
    • ‘The whitish and smoothish sleepers are fairly new, while the darkish and roughish sleepers may be 10 years old. Wooden sleepers are not used where there are termites.’