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Definition of Narrowish
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Literary usage of Narrowish
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1. The Annals of Horticulture (1848)
"Rosea delicata ; colour light rose, with few spots ; flowers large, with long narrowish &nd somewhat acute segments. Retorta; colour bright rose, ..."
2. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1837)
"Mouth narrowish; outer lip wide; ribs of back subequal linear. ... Mouth narrowish ; the outer lip arched; the ribs enlarged or tubercular near the dorsal ..."
3. The English Rock-garden by Reginald John Farrer (1919)
"... produced in August, in very ample panicles, and are themselves very ample and of bright clear blue, well furnished with a quantity of narrowish rays. ..."
4. A Manual Flora of Madeira and the Adjacent Island of Porto Santo and the by Richard Thomas Lowe (1868)
"... the subdivisions distinct and mostly narrowish; pedic. forked erecto-patent; pet. obovate or oblong-oval nearly or quite entire 2-rayed not much longer ..."
5. The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain), George Long (1837)
"Mouth narrowish ; outer lip wide ; ribs of back subequal, linear. ... Г- Mouth narrowish; the outer lip arched; the ribs enlarged or tubercular near the ..."
6. The Queen's Hounds and Stag-hunting Recollections: With an Introduction on by Edward Burrows, Thomas Lister Ribblesdale (1897)
"The procession was at the time ambling along a narrowish alley, conforming to the painstaking operations of Hannibal and Nicanor on our right flank, ..."
7. Travels Through England, Wales, & Scotland, in the Year 1816 by S[amuel] H[einrich] Spiker (1820)
"It is a narrowish quadrangular oblong hall, with lofty Gothic windows. Opposite to the central wide-arched window, stands the pulpit, which is reached by a ..."