[ UK /tˈælɪʃ/ ]
  1. somewhat tall
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How To Use tallish In A Sentence

  • The tallish man standing in front of him had calm, angular features and straight blond hair falling an inch over his ears. VAPOR TRAIL
  • Sitting on a tallish red stool, he removed his shoes and right sock, carefully using his toes to place the sock in his right shoe. Liu Wei, Armless Pianist, Plays With His Toes, Wows Audience (VIDEO)
  • Maybe the next few years will only amount to a series of rather tallish speed bumps. Matthew Yglesias » Japan’s 20 Years in the Dolrums Highlights Need for Effective Recovery Policies
  • They were joined by a tallish young man, about my age with very floppy and messy looking black hair.
  • The practice in question is the growing of goldenrod, a tallish native weed with feathery yellow plumes.
  • He was a tallish man in early middle age, his beard beginning to be flecked with grey. THE ONLY GAME
  • In strode a tallish woman with the Captain's crest on the side of her uniform.
  • The ornamental verbena, sometimes also known as vervain, refers to (among others) Verbena bonariensis, the purple topped tallish plant that has colonised roadways and pasture throughout Australia.
  • He is in his sixties and handsome: tallish, slimmish, with greying, curlyish hair. Times, Sunday Times
  • I opened my eyes and beheld a tallish woman crouched over me. Bleeding Violet
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