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stiff

Nautical (of a sailing vessel) relatively resistant to heeling or rolling
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The Whitsbury handler has stated that Larkham only just does enough when he hits the front which makes him a very hard horse to assess but is seems likely he has not stopped improving yet and the stiffish track should suit.
It should come to a stiffish dough quickly - I think one of the tricks with rock buns is not to handle the ingredients too much.
A stiffish suspension set-up may shake you up a touch but the car's ability to dance through bends is pleasing, and there's little sign of any roll.
For creme chantilly, whip cream with sugar and vanilla essence to stiffish peaks and either pipe or dollop generous amounts on top of mousse and sprinkle with cocoa powder.
The Warriors played into the stiffish breeze in the first half and found themselves with a chance of opening the scoring in the first minute.
Twas a stiffish hill going from the Weith up to Camborne Beacon,' he remembered, `but she went off like a little bird.
There is a stiffish task before us with these two pamphlets--no soft option as with their two companions.
He won the Welsh Champion Hurdle off a stiffish mark on very testing ground.
But one thing I found a big surprise, The rewards you get from exercise Gently do it every day, just enough, Coax stiffish bits to do their stuff, Perhaps you try a weekly swim, Please persevere, don't give in.
This time I got a stiffish G and T and we discussed how difficult it was to find craftsmen to restore one's palaces.
Stiffish suspension settings keep body roll firmly in check while the steering gives plenty of feedback to the driver.