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Meanwhile, there are three largish holes in the mask, which allow air in through replaceable N95-quality filters.

When Galileo turned his telescope at Jupiter, any largish moving body in the sky was considered a planet — including moons.

I also saw a John Waters movie shown, which featured the Three Bears; largish gay men who lived as a “throuple.”

That was rather a largish transaction to be carried on through secret letters, eh?

Their shouts of glee reached Nicks largish ears despite the lack of air as mortals know it.

Upon the middle finger was a copper ring, in which was set a largish black stone: this was Schamir.

From his beak depended a largish bundle, in pale blue wrappings, so that at a glance they knew the stork was bringing a girl.

On the occasion to which I have referred, I saw at a distance a largish bird feeding on a bank of mud close to an embankment.


On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to largish, such as: ample, big, biggish, burly, capacious, and comprehensive.

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