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- adj. Somewhat thin
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Somewhat thin.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Somewhat thin.
Cut zucchini in thinnish lengthwise strips (not paper thin-use a knife).
Take a newly painted oil-picture; lay it on its back on the floor, and spread over it, "thinnish," some wet seaweed.
Here in BCS we have thinnish ones, but I bet thick ones would also work.
As for the third "chaise clandestine", at the moment keeping company to the red and blue flowers, I can see the front leg on the right has got a poor and rather thinnish 'ankle'.
We discovered that it is a really nice mix of comfort foods... think Meat Loaf $24, served with mashed potatoes and gravy; Homemade Pizzas, thinnish crust.
Anything thinnish they just sting straight trough.
Choose thinnish, natural yogurt – nothing strained or sweetened.
She was thinnish but with enough body to have curves.
Add a thinnish (not too thin) layer of cherry pie filling, place another layer of phyllo dough, brush with butter, add a thinnish layer of cherry pie filling -- until you have about four layers.
And the few I did see seemed to reside on heads that were bald or otherwise thinnish on top, hairwise, their owners taking the cheap way out of concealing their lack of Byron York endowment.
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