biggish biggish


  • (adj) somewhat large


  1. The only thing biggish about the new terminals are the lcd touch screens that could replace mechanical keys.
  2. The pursuit of the fabulous four-minute mile has long since made track a biggish business in Sweden.
  3. Her particular knack is to vivify a biggish assortment of characters in their intricate interchange of much talk and suppressed British emotion.


  • We tested it: electric chainsaw

    Up until a week ago, I've been cutting most of the tree parts on my biggish suburban lot with a Sawzall fitted with a pruning blade. This worked surprisingly well and, most importantly, I...
    on October 27, 2013     Source: KFJX Pittsburg


  1. Wilcox added: "Cardiff have a great squad. Not a massive one, but a biggish one, full of quality. I think probably the only problem Jones has had has been his goalkeepers - he's used three or four this season. Bothroyd is a big player for them;...
    on May 1, 2009 By: Russ Wilcox Source: WalesOnline

  2. So does Crossman, whose vivid pen portraits of colleagues and staff would raise feminist eyebrows now: his Permanent Secretary, the formidable Dame Evelyn Sharpe, Crossman describes as "a biggish woman, about five feet ten inches, with tremendous...
    on Dec 21, 2006 By: Richard Crossman Source: Times Online

  3. "It was amazing, I've never seen Old Trafford like that before," said Flintoff. "I've played in front of biggish crowds, but to play in front of full houses for five days, and to see people being locked out ...... they're usually locking them...
    on Apr 26, 2006 By: Andrew Flintoff Source:

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