So"-so` (?), a. [So + so.]

Neither very good nor very bad; middling; passable; tolerable; indifferent.

In some Irish houses, where things are so-so, One gammon of bacon hangs up for a show. Goldsmith.

He [Burns] certainly wrote some so-so verses to the Tree of Liberty. Prof. Wilson.


© Webster 1913.

So"-so`, adv.

Tolerably; passably.

H. James.


© Webster 1913.