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  • adj. reasonably large, quite large.


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large +‎ -ish


  • One thing you can't accuse James Patterson of is being verbose - his chapters average out at just under four pages apiece, in largeish type, with a half a blank page at the beginning.

    It's A Good Thing He Can't Blow My Mind

  • So it occurred to me that saving up these largeish scraps in my stash was more a hindrance than good thinking.

    Bring Peter Watts to Aussiecon 4 Campaign

  • In the center of the primary mirror, through the front- and backplates and the honeycomb, is a largeish hole: light hits the primary, is bounced straight up to a smaller mirror called the secondary, which focuses the light back to a camera positioned behind the hole in the primary.

    A Grand and Bold Thing

  • It's designed to sit directly under or above the TV, and you soon discover that perfect positioning and a largeish room are essential.

    Kinect: Microsoft has produced a game-changer, but not yet

  • It was inspired by a trip to a local fishmongers where the brill was fresh and locally-caught, and I bought a largeish specimen along with a handful of samphire.

    Sorted For Brill And Whizz

  • And I'm looking forward to how my den's going to look in a few weeks. catbear is making me a largeish print from a photo he took in Ottawa.

    Buying things

  • I need pictures that can fill a largeish high-def screen with pixels.

    Scripting News for 10/7/2006 « Scripting News Annex

  • I have in many ways the opposite problem: a largeish class of 25 with a shallow, wide room.

    Ferule & Fescue

  • Committed to committing commission on a largeish piece of jewelry.

    WFC update

  • Austrians voted in largeish numbers for the Bündnis Zukunft Österreich, led by Jörg Haider.

    At My Table


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