Peak”ish, a. 1. Of or relating to a peak; or to peaks; belonging to a mountainous region. “Her peakish spring.” –Drayton. “His peakish dialect.” –Bp. Hall.
2. Having peaks; peaked.
3. Having features thin or sharp, as from sickness; hence, sickly. [Colloq.]
I am falling under the third definition for the past several days. I like the word peakish. Not many people use it. I can think of using it in the first context, easily.
“He walked into the smoky bar. The serving wench, a young lass, was not afraid to show off her peakish wares with a smile and gleam in her eye towards some silver coin and a warm, cheerful bed.”
Okay, maybe not.