largish

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EtymologyEdit

large +‎ -ish

AdjectiveEdit

largish (not comparable)

  1. Somewhat large.
    • 1997, Douglas Adams, The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide:
      [] in Ford Prefect's satchel were a few ballpoints, a notepad and a largish bath towel from Marks and Spencer.
    • 2017, Anthony J. McMichael, Alistair Woodward, Cameron Muir, Climate Change and the Health of Nations, →ISBN, page 19:
      Humans, buffered by cultural and behavioral options, can often tolerate largish changes in climatic conditions.

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