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  • n. Any time close to four o'clock.


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four +‎ -ish


  • Given that I observed at least one passenger on the boat listening to Kid Rock's "Amen" on an iPod during the relevant fourish hours in question, and also given that the ship's aft "Lido" deck buffet does in fact serve apple pie, this is hands down the most American thing I have ever done.

    Zac Hill: Being Cool With Having Stuff: At-Least-Potentially Guilt-Free Super Bowl Cruising

  • Maybe they could count not up to five, but only to fourish?


  • The Saint, my wife of some twenty-fourish years, is a Scrabble addict.

    Just another FaceBook in the crowd (2)

  • There is tremendous opportunity for business, of course, if it werent for The Party standing in the way of an actual free market what with the bribery, violence, threat of force, red tape, and lack of many rights that are necessary for free enterprose to fourish independent of the State.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Anyone Remember the Eighties?

  • Hi - I have responded to your tagging, I used your format and assumed that I should do the same, It gopt me thinking back again, a bit step fourish isnt it.

    Tagged by Shadow

  • Matt Cheney's Holiday Book Picks -- I agree with all of these except the fourish I haven't read yet.

    November 2006

  • They'll probably have an argument though about something, I can't stand it, I had enough of it when I was fourish, it almost killed me, I remember the shouting, when the thing happened last month I told dad I remembered and I couldn't go though it again, I also said I wasn't worried about me, but about my baby sister, I don't want her to be broken like me.

    chaos-raven Diary Entry

  • Mold and mildew are the familiar kinds that fourish in warm, damp places.

    Chapter 5

  • The absence of law and accountability, with the Bush administration blocking rather than launching investigations each and every time signs of corruption appeared, is what allowed it all to fourish.

    Seeing the Forest

  • Gangs, drugs, prostitution, burglary, violence and murder fourish in Pontiac, and it's been that way for decades.



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