Definitions

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  • adjective Reasonably empty, quite empty.

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Examples

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

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

    Underworld

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

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

    Blog updates

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

    Blog updates

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