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longish

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Herbert, a “fussy queen” who swore like a sailor, was tall and thin with longish hair and a handlebar mustache.

The stock market is about one piece of the economy — corporate profits — and it’s not even about the current or near-future level of corporate profits, it’s about corporate profits over a somewhat longish horizon.

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She looks immaculate: black blazer, dark, longish hair, perfect skin, perfect teeth.

His YouTube presence mixes longish speeches with short, bright snippets.

They resemble the Akka in general appearance, and have longish heads, long narrow faces, and small reddish eyes.

The young man looked the doctor squarely in the eyes during the longish pause that followed.

It is longish, runs from north to south, and consists of a single rock falling on all sides steeply to the water.

A longish, almost straight row of young Prussian recruits stretched among the slain, what are these?

Then maybe I pull a soft black hat down over my hair and draw on gloves and go out into the gray-paved streets for a longish walk.

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On this page you'll find 152 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to longish, such as: drawn-out, interminable, long, long-winded, protracted, and tedious.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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