- adj. Somewhat broad.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Rather broad; moderately broad.
- broad + -ish (Wiktionary)
“I am at present a middle-aged man of a broadish build, in cords, leggings, and a sleeved waistcoat the strings of which is always gone behind.”
“Away below me I saw another broadish valley, and it occurred to me that if I crossed it”
“We crawled along a broadish wall, with an inch or two of powdery snow on it, and then up a sloping buttress on to the flat roof of the house.”
“The third still presented her back to him — a sturdy, broadish back, topped by”
“In the distance a broadish, reddish river flowed east.”
“For example, the entrance — or should I say the exit? — of a broadish little river is just away on the south bank.”
“The figure was visible — that of a short broadish man, with a mass of cloaks, rugs, and mufflers across his arm.”
“This was a broadish path that seemed to have seen a lot of use recently, to judge by the broken branches on either side of it.”
“Knox, as we are told by a surviving contemporary (who enclosed a portrait of him along with the description), was a man of slightly less than middle height, but with broadish shoulders, limbs well put together, and long fingers.”
“Vertically out of the cocoa-nut rises a pipe which ends in a long bowl holding the _Tambac_, which is a second species of tobacco having broadish yellow leaves worked up with wet.”
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