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That was rather a largish transaction to be carried on through secret letters, eh?
THE CUP OF FURYRUPERT HUGHES
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.
FIGURES OF EARTHJAMES BRANCH CABELL
From his beak depended a largish bundle, in pale blue wrappings, so that at a glance they knew the stork was bringing a girl.
FIGURES OF EARTHJAMES BRANCH CABELL
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.
"'Tis a largish bundle of stockings," observed he, as he escorted her across the street again.
Cosimo liked those, especially when the wearer was largish; indeed, it was one of Cosimo's humours to pose as Britomart's admirer.
A CROOKED MILEOLIVER ONIONS
He removed his hands, and withdrew a largish, morocco pocketbook from an inner pocket.
THE LAW-BREAKERSRIDGWELL CULLUM
He appeared but five-and-twenty, with bright blue eyes, a largish mouth, turned-up nose and sharp voice.
THE ROYAL LIFE GUARDALEXANDER DUMAS (PERE)
Lenny jerked his head around to his right and looked up to see a largish man who had "cop" written all over him.
THE FOREIGN HAND TIEGORDON RANDALL GARRETT

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