oldish

[ UK /ˈə‍ʊldɪʃ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. somewhat elderly
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How To Use oldish In A Sentence

  • (I exclude series with titles along the lines of "a drama series about oldish ladies".) Thoughts on The Jewel in the Crown
  • It's an oldish building, but it's nice, fairly weathertight, and fits my needs.
  • It's an oldish building, but it's nice, fairly weathertight, and fits my needs.
  • a little oldish misshapen stooping woman
  • She had used a light blush to make Mila's face pinker and a shimmery goldish-brown eyeshadow for her eyelids and dark, but not too dark, pink lipgloss for her mouth.
  • ‘Good afternoon,’ said an oldish man with a deep voice.
  • I drooled over him as I watched his slightly goldish-brownish hair drift in the breeze of the kid snoring behind us as we wrote notes to each other.
  • An oldish couple approached the crossing as I was aiming my camera.
  • You can see the Assistant website here, listen to some oldish but goodish demos here, and find out about the next gig here, too, when we know about it.
  • # posted by James Graham (Quaequam Blog!): 20 August, 2008 01: 10 quaequam postscript is much appreciated, particularly as I live in a conurbation with two universities, one oldish with (these days) lots of rich kids and the other an upstart with lots of OK kids. Universities: Schools for biologically mature children?
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