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~ish at the end of word to mean = it’s like

We put the letters ~ish at the end of word to mean = it’s like, or has the quality
“My new suit is bluish grey.”  = It’s like blue and grey mixed together
Words that end with ~ish are almost always adjectives.
foolish – like a fool
childish – like a child
stylish – has style
we can also use it to describe something from an area or country~
Someone from Scotland is Scottish

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