Adjective "blockish" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈblɒkɪʃ/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Big, bulky, or crude in form or appearance.
  1. 'It may be comprehensive and easy to navigate, but - unusually - the design is a little blockish and dour.'
  2. 'I didn't particularly like his psychotherapist, who seemed to me rather brusque and blockish, yet he seemed to establish a trusting relationship very quickly.'
  3. 'The deer - a thick, blockish buck with bold antlers - was visible instantly.'
Unintelligent.
  1. 'Those who can not understand this look blockish.'

Definitions

1. like a block; dull; stupid.

More examples(as adjective)

"ups can be blockish."

"meets can be blockish."

"figures can be blockish."

"appearances can be blockish."