Definitions

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  • adj. Rather fast.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Rather fast; also, somewhat dissipated.

Etymologies

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fast +‎ -ish

Examples

  • Data costs about $0.05 per MB and it is pretty reliable and fastish I got about 380kbit/s connection speed.

    Internet in Kharkov « My Life in Kharkov

  • Western Digital Caviar 250 HDs with 16 MB cache seem to occupy the sweet spot in performance/capacity/price trade off fastish, kinda big, crazy cheap.

    Calling All Geeks « Whatever

  • Michael Clarke, who scored a century on debut in the Bangalore test, was out LBW to a fastish delivery from Anil Kumble, which he tried to play on the back-foot, missed the line and was trapped in front.

    Cricket: 2nd Test: End of 1st Day's Play

  • A fastish yorker should settle Curtis's young hash.

    The Head of Kay's

  • She's from Harwich; fastish, too, an 'hez good luck; but Dad he'd find fish in a graveyard.

    Captains Courageous

  • He wur one o 'yo're handsome fastish chaps, an' he tired o 'me as men o' his stripe allers do tire o 'poor lasses, an'then he ill-treated me.

    Surly Tim's Trouble

  • He wur one o 'yo're handsome fastish chaps, an' he tired o 'me as men o' his stripe allers do tire o 'poor lasses, an' then he ill-treated me.

    Surly Tim's Trouble

  • Pretty fastish they grinds, and they goes faster when the wind's gusty.

    Jan of the Windmill

  • 'Tis all very well for you to repent, as led a fastish life at starting:

    A Terrible Temptation A Story of To-Day

  • Both of them bowled fastish leg-break, both had to prove their critics wrong time and again.

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