Before the "White Hart" Inn was a smartish pony phaeton, in charge of a stunted stable lad.
The horses have come along at a smartish pace and will do with a breather.
Vy, ve drives a smartish trade wi' them through them foreign steamers.
After an hour and a quarter of smartish walking, I reach the door.
When Christmas Day come, we had somethin' for dinner, but 'twa'n't much; and we had a smartish few bottles o' home-made wine.
A smartish piece of goods upon my word for Pembrokeshire; quite a London lady, eh, Miss?'
I declare I shall be just the zame as ever—may be I may buy a smartish bridle, or a zilver backy stopper, or the like o' that.
Dromas evaded both without guarding, and, in reply, gave the Thuler a smartish touch on his unfortunate nose.
I count as her had been in the water and below the ice a smartish while afore they catched sight of she.
A smartish affair this, I said to the little man with the pale-blue eyes, who leant disconsolately against the wall.