- moderately good, large, or well: a fairish income.
- moderately light in color: a fairish complexion.
Origin of fairish
Related Words for fairishdecent, so-so, middling, undistinguished, uninspired, second-rate, ordinary, dull, inferior, intermediate, mediocre, passable, run-of-the-mill, respectable, satisfactory, adequate, reasonable, par, commonplace, fair
Examples from the Web for fairish
Historical Examples of fairish
She was consuming a fairish stretch of open water at a high speed.The Cruise of the Dry Dock
T. S. Stribling
"Fairish," the other replied evasively; and Taylor grew suspicious.Colonial Born
G. Firth Scott
The majority were Russian and French with a fairish sprinkling of Belgians.The Escape of a Princess Pat
Then we got a fairish breeze; but we can get nothing in moderation.Life of John Coleridge Patteson
Charlotte M. Yonge
It was a business as had been established some time—a fairish business it was.The Revolution in Tanner's Lane
- moderately good, well, etc
- (of the hair, complexion, etc) moderately light in colour