Examples of longish in a Sentence
She wore a longish coat.
He had longish black hair.
Recent Examples of longish from the Web
And the longish average maturity of its bonds, around seven years, gives it breathing space.
Morels have hollow, white stems and longish, conical caps that have a pockmarked or honeycombed exterior.
The latest in a longish succession of arena-level dance-music acts who think like pop songwriters — think a more relaxed Avicii, or a smoother Moby — this duo was recently nominated for a pair of Grammy Awards.
And none of its rivals can shed speed like the Civic can, its four-piston, 13.8-inch Brembo front brakes and upgraded 12.0-inch rear stoppers biting hard via a firm—if longish-travel—brake pedal.
The lines were always longish and slow-moving, and those waiting were often confused as to exactly how the exhibit worked.
So even though the run-time is a longish 2 hours, 48 minutes, the show will move quickly.
For a longish stretch, fans of the Pulitzer-winning playwright Paula Vogel had cause for selfish worry.
And don’t be put off by the longish ingredients list.
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Definition of longish for English Language Learners
: somewhat long
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