Definition of Plainish

1. Adjective. Somewhat plain in appearance. ¹



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Definition of Plainish

1. somewhat plain [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plainish

plainants
plainchant
plainchants
plainclothed
plainclothes
plainclothes man
plainclothes men
plainclothesman
plainclothesmen
plained
plainer
plainest
plainful
plaining
plainings
plainish (current term)
plainland
plainlands
plainlike
plainly
plainness
plainnesses
plains
plains-wanderer
plains-wanderers
plains lemon monarda
plains pocket gopher
plains pocket mouse
plains spadefoot
plains wanderer

Literary usage of Plainish

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1. Songs for the Chapel: A Series of Historical Sketches, Memoirs and Records by Ambrose White Vernon, Alvin Howard Sanders, Charles Henry Morse (1900)
"This was a good-sized red animal, with plainish hind quarters. Champion of England was never kept on account of the merits of bla dam. ..."

2. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1909)
"But a plainish one that she could wear every day, and yet a good one at that." Mrs. Sanderson smiled, but she seemed to understand, and as the affable ..."

3. The Connoisseur by George Colman, B. Thornton (1903)
"... though there are certainly six designs of plainish backs—some of them not too good— everything else is ornate, showing the latest French influence. ..."

4. Songs for the Chapel: A Series of Historical Sketches, Memoirs and Records by Ambrose White Vernon, Alvin Howard Sanders, Charles Henry Morse (1900)
"This was a good-sized red animal, with plainish hind quarters. Champion of England was never kept on account of the merits of bla dam. ..."

5. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1909)
"But a plainish one that she could wear every day, and yet a good one at that." Mrs. Sanderson smiled, but she seemed to understand, and as the affable ..."

6. The Connoisseur by George Colman, B. Thornton (1903)
"... though there are certainly six designs of plainish backs—some of them not too good— everything else is ornate, showing the latest French influence. ..."

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