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  • adj. Reasonably empty, quite empty.


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  • There's less traffic, and newish big houses with huge yards amongst trees or emptyish lot areas.

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  • George gave him a level look from out of those deep emptyish eyes.


  • After the emptyish crowd let out, my friend Sara and I perused the other floors, and then came across the best thing ever.

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  • The emptyish streets looked like a Sunday morning downtown.

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  • The boardwalk felt less crowded, the highway was nothing like it's been in past years, even the beach felt emptyish.

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  • And when are we going to get the mother of all internal magazine stories, the one that describes just how the same lot who breathed ideology into an emptyish vessel called John McCain 10 years ago turned on their own creation when he finally neared the finish line and doubled-down instead on the unqualified veep candidate they helped foist up on him?

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  • Once a week those baskets are organized into like items, the rest of the time I just throw the shit straight into the first emptyish basket within reach.

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