- of or like a cad; dishonorable; ungentlemanly: caddish behavior.
Origin of caddish
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Examples from the Web for caddish
This “ surprising option” (as the tone-deaf Times headline calls it) is often viewed as caddish.The New Unsafe Sex
July 28, 2009
"I suppose it is caddish to talk of her like this," he went on.
It was caddish of him to speak of Gilbert to her, for Gilbert was his friend and her lover.
I know it was a caddish thing to do, especially when you had been so kind.Tom, Dick and Harry
Talbot Baines Reed
It was caddish to think of marrying her, and monstrous to think of giving her up.A Soldier of the Legion
C. N. Williamson
To his surprise, the Boche shook his fist at him in the most blustering and caddish way.High Adventure
James Norman Hall