stoutish (not comparable)
- reasonably stout, somewhat stout
1912, Margaret Burnham, The Girl Aviators' Motor Butterfly:
- Descending to the office to buy some postcards, the boys found, lounging about the desk, a stoutish man with a rather dissipated face, puffy under the eyes and heavy about the jaws.
1911, H. G. Wells, The Country of the Blind, And Other Stories:
- I joined all my fishing-lines together with stems of seaweed and things, and made a stoutish string, perhaps twelve yards in length or more, and I fastened two lumps of coral rock to the ends of this.
1883, Robert Louis Stevenson, Treasure Island:
- In the meantime the captain, whom I had observed to be wonderfully swollen about the chest and pockets, had turned out a great many various stores--the British colours, a Bible, a coil of stoutish rope, pen, ink, the log-book, and pounds of tobacco.