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  • adjective Somewhat deep.


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deep +‎ -ish


  • The whole design need thus be little more than a kind of deepish engraving, depending for its effect upon broad lights defined by the engraved shadows.

    Wood-Carving Design and Workmanship

  • Brad Haddin might have run Steven Smith out without facing had Alastair Cook's throw been on target — another example of Australia's sloppiness, or England's alertness in the field, depending on your point of view — and might have holed out twice himself; once at deepish mid-on, once at short extra cover, both off Mr. Swann as he played more loosely than the situation warranted.

    Australian Frailties Shown Up by Comical Run-Out

  • Phineas judged him to be late middle; aged, from the advanced network of lines on his face, the gray streaks in his copper-red, featherstudded topknot of hair, and his deepish voice.


  • One would prefer to see someone other than Umar Gul at deepish mid-on for the off-spinner, especially against Kevin Pietersen; Gul made a hash of a chance there off Saeed Ajmal.

    Why Pakistan's poor slip catching is itself catching

  • There, in some brushwood, we crossed a deepish stream on the ice, which gave way, and the fearful cold of the water stiffened my limbs for the rest of the ride.

    A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • Presently, we were come to the top, and here we found a very spacious place, nicely level save that in one or two parts it was crossed by deepish cracks, maybe half a foot to

    The Boats of the 'Glen Carrig'

  • Dad was deepish into a hypo hypoglycimic or low sugar levels if I had left him or not checked on him he would have gone into a coma and died before I would have fetched him for breakfast in the morning.

    Snell-Pym » Big Bad Hypo

  • Dice four large potatoes and fry them in oil in a deepish frypan or wok in batches until done.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • Dice four large potatoes and fry them in oil in a deepish frypan or wok in batches until done.

    What I cooked last night.

  • So, anyway, I don't have any other deepish thoughts today, but I thought I'd throw this out there.

    Archive 2005-06-01


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