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- adj. somewhat small
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Somewhat small.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Somewhat small; rather small than large.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. rather small
A lot of us in smallish cities would really like to see expanded bus service.
Little guys -- well, a certain smallish percentage of little guys -- have always fought back.
Interestingly, it is the rapid increase of popularity of mobile devices that is helping to drive these latest developments - for which purpose the digitised back-content will be in smallish chunks of xml so that the text will be available in excerpts suited to the mobile format, as well as downloadable into a complete e - or printed book.
I do love egg nog in smallish quantities, but for warming up when you come in from outdoors, hot chocolate is where it's at.
In a small heavy saucepan, put about a pound of fresh pork fat, cut in smallish cubes.
Because we meet in smallish spaces membership is limited.
I thought you’d like to know that here in smallish Madison, WI I went to my library website to placea hold (sorry, too broke to buy it!) and there were already 6 holds on your book!
I wasn't too concerned because they have previously called smallish spiders "big" before.
But coach Shane Burcar called smallish Phoenix Pinnacle the "toughest" team Mesa faced following an 80-74 Class 5A non-region victory on the road Tuesday night.
Just ask who called the smallish in stature second baseman a "g*dd*mn jockey".