ish

(redirected from ishly)

ish

(ɪʃ)
sentence substitute
slang used to express reservation or qualified assent: Things are looking up. Ish.
Translations
-ehko-ehkönoin

ish

adv (inf)ein bisschen; hungry? — ishHunger? — ein bisschen
References in classic literature ?
In the outer room the two women knitted black wool fever- ishly. People were arriving, and the younger one was walking back and forth introducing them.
She wore it plaited tightly into one single tress hanging girl ishly down her back and its end reached down to her waist.
The Ormeau team for Saturday is expected to be Vitor Seiji Ishly who is Portuguese and is one of the top players in the French National League, the Italian Oriol Monzo, well known for his results in the Spanish Super League plus two of the top Irish players Paul McCreery who has been the National Champion on four occasions and Ashley Robinson another established international player.
When catchy tunes start to annoy you, when politicians bore you with the same buzzwords and when yet one more ad follows current trends slav- ishly, then you need the new.
Craig affects a laconic stiff-upper-lip the-devil-take-you exterior as the older, war-weary Sassoon, while Jenkins' Owen - the former Birkenhead schoolboy, let us remember - is fever- ishly pink-cheeked and brighteyed as his devoted disciple.
It remains surprising that their articles invite us, their readers, to focus slav ishly on the question "WiMAX vs.
Still the drama wasn't done - and this time it was Villa's other wideman Albrighton who came to the rescue three minutes later , unself-f ishly sacrificing himself by committing a professional foul on Wade Elliott to stop an almost certain leveller.
As gar- ishly marketed 'masscomm' grabs the stage, the factual has become dull by comparison."
We keep seeing propa- ganda pictures of him ladd- ishly drinking a pint.