Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Somewhat thin.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Somewhat thin.

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  • adjective Somewhat thin

Etymologies

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thin +‎ -ish

Examples

  • Cut zucchini in thinnish lengthwise strips (not paper thin-use a knife).

    Toast:

  • Cut zucchini in thinnish lengthwise strips (not paper thin-use a knife).

    Not So Hot

  • Take a newly painted oil-picture; lay it on its back on the floor, and spread over it, "thinnish," some wet seaweed.

    The Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll (Rev. C. L. Dodgson)

  • Here in BCS we have thinnish ones, but I bet thick ones would also work.

    Taco vs. Taquito

  • Here in BCS we have thinnish ones, but I bet thick ones would also work.

    Taco vs. Taquito

  • Here in BCS we have thinnish ones, but I bet thick ones would also work.

    Taco vs. Taquito

  • Here in BCS we have thinnish ones, but I bet thick ones would also work.

    Taco vs. Taquito

  • Here in BCS we have thinnish ones, but I bet thick ones would also work.

    Taco vs. Taquito

  • Here in BCS we have thinnish ones, but I bet thick ones would also work.

    Taco vs. Taquito

  • Here in BCS we have thinnish ones, but I bet thick ones would also work.

    Taco vs. Taquito

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