Definition of 'youngish'
Example sentences containing 'youngish'
With her was a balding youngish man in a dinner jacket which had seen too many dinners; it fitted his portly little person like a mitt.MISS MELVILLE REGRETS (2003)
But thankfully, the intruder was a youngish man -- innocent if slightly unappealing overspill from the launderette next door.THE CALLIGRAPHER (2003)
Iris opened it to find a youngish dark-haired woman outside, who looked disconcerted at the appearance of a stranger.MURKY SHALLOWS (2003)
When you last saw me at Tempelhof on 15 May 1956 I was a youngish German woman who spoke good English.THE INNOCENT (2003)
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