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Geography (of a river, valley, or land surface) in the final stage of the cycle of erosion, characterized by flat extensive flood plains and minimum relief
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"He was an oldish man, around 50 or 60, with a walking stick, checked shirt on and beige trousers," Harry said.
"It is more an 'oldish car with no miles' than a proper classic old Mini, which go for less even in half decent condition."
And, as this oldish blog noted, it also has ever-changing visa regulations:
He said: "I have a feeling I'm going to have to buy either an oldish cottage or a bungalow and revamp it to get exactly what I want."
Some words project a relatively bright color in a soprano thread identifying her as an oldish girl or a youngish woman.
Here at last we see Amis at rest: oldish, sentimental, content, the expected skewerings and obloquies still present but no longer essential to the proceedings.
Later, George has a conversation with his therapist, whom he sees as "one oldish man ...
He's an oldish dog now, andcanrunsomegoodraces andsomebadones.Ifheled hewouldbehardtobeat,but ifhegetsinbehindhe'snot thecleverest.
They haven't had enough routine in their lives to make them fired of it." Aileen, ever eager to practise her descriptive skills, painted a rather unflattering portrait of the teacher, Mrs Taylor, in her diary: oldish, false teeth, grey hair, shiny complexion, rosebud mouth, coquettish smile.
My dad is oldish (51), and I'm scared that he'll die soon.
If you were on the run, you would probably choose an oldish model of a nondescript car.
At the 13th month green coffee yielded an insignificant oldish flavor during its last cupping test.