It being an off time, 7:30-ish on a Sunday night, only a few of those multiple check-out lanes were open.
Is it his plastic, Bob Forehead–ish personality and carriage?
ish and his wife and two young sons are expected to receive their visas and join us here within a month.
I know that one day in the near (ish) future, we will return to our usual hikes and bike rides.
One of the shocked technicians was trying to pull her away, and ish made no move to stop him.
“ish ver shorry you go get the money for the two cameels,” said he.
And I thanks you, and ish much opliged to you for dis offer to makes my fortune.
ish was wearing the look with which he always reacted to the unfamiliar.
The chief, coming forward, uttered a loud yell ending in ‘ish,’ which was oftentimes repeated during the dance.
ish lit the cigarette and flipped his lighter shut with a snap of the lid.
adjectival suffix, from Old English -isc, common Germanic (cf. Old Norse -iskr, German -isch, Gothic -isks), cognate with Greek diminutive suffix -iskos. Colloquially attached to hours to denote approximation, 1916.