largish largish


  • (adj) somewhat large


  1. Under the venerable Ernest Ansermet, L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande sounds intimate and flexible, less a precision instrument than a largish chamber group.
  2. The main entry road runs past several largish buildings.
  3. Creaser gazes at what he recognizes to be the jaws of a largish animal, one that perished some 24 million years ago.


  • Critic's Choice: Get ready to dance when Cowtown revs up

    It’s good that there’s a largish, empty space fronting the Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union’s stage, because this gypsy jazz trio is bound to attract a lot of dancers.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: Chattanooga Times Free Press

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