Definition of Deafish
1. somewhat deaf [adj]
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Literary usage of Deafish
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1. The Dictionary of National Biography by Sidney Lee (1908)
"1882) : ' Gait looks old, is deafish, has the air of a sedate Greenock burgher ; mouth indicating sly humour and Self-satisfaction ; the eyes, ..."
2. Publicationsby Oxford Historical Society by Oxford Historical Society (1900)
"441. dates, ii. 54. daub, to, iii. 408? daughter-in-law = stepdaughter, i. 337: probably also ii. 558. dead place, a, ii. 93. deafish, ii. 476. dearth, i. ..."
3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1877)
"There is a pretty account of her first publication, which, by way of bringing the reader once more into charity with the sulky, deafish, ugly girl, ..."
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