Definition of thinnish in US English:

thinnish

adjective

  • See thin

    • ‘She's thinnish and ascetic-looking but quite attractive.’
    • ‘The starters were poor, though, a thinnish seafood broth with chunks of tinned tomato expiring at the bottom and a ham hough terrine that, while chunkily rustic, contained too much gristle for comfort.’
    • ‘The carambola, or five-finger fruit, has a mild but sweet taste, and a thinnish skin.’
    • ‘Shake a thinnish layer of instant gravy granules over the mix and stir the whole from edge to centre until it's all absorbed.’
    • ‘Although a thinnish volume, be prepared to allow double the time it would usually take to read another book of similar length.’

Pronunciation

thinnish

/ˈTHiniSH//ˈθɪnɪʃ/