tightish

tightish

(ˈtaɪtɪʃ)
adj
fairly tight; almost tight
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Being buttoned up in a tightish blue surtout, with a buff waistcoat and gray trousers, he had something of a military air, but he announced himself at the Crozier (the orthodox hotel, where he put up with a portmanteau) as an idle dog who lived upon his means; and he farther announced that he had a mind to take a lodging in the picturesque old city for a month or two, with a view of settling down there altogether.
She is merely firing an arrow to deflate your expanding belly and trying to wrap you up around the chest and shoulders in tightish clothing to turn you out as the mummified delicacy of her youth.
The XV, despite its bodyroll when pushed into tightish bends, handles well enough and is an enjoyable car to drive.
There is far greater protection against the elements and at a shortish, tightish 7,068 yards par 70 with only two par fives, it is the total opposite to last week's wide-open pipe-opener.
This device stops the inside tyre spinning up as you accelerate out of a tightish corner.
The striker gave a hint of things to come in the opening skirmishes when, with only Sullivan to beat, he fired wide from a tightish angle.
Early on a Friday evening and the tightish car park was already filling and inside, the tables - it's an "eating" pub - were busy with a varied crowd: young couples, trendies in pink tutus and leg warmers (we didn't ask) and those of more mature years.
There are four decent seats, and a boot big enough to take everyone's luggage, but legroom is on the tightish side and if the driver has his seat set low there's nowhere to push your toes under it.
Tightish leg space for grown-ups at the back is a weakness, though.
If anyone suffers from tightish space it's the rear-seats passengers ( adults will find leg and head room a bit limited.
A wiry little homo-hater in his late fifties, dressed in tightish pants and cowboy boots, he had an insinuating manner that belied his courage.
The last time I went to Japan, we were at a demo and the host directed my attention to an older skater dressed in tightish jeans and a quilted flannel.