lowish


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lowish

(ˈləʊɪʃ)
adj
fairly or somewhat low
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Unlike Holly Willoughby, who has built her fashion reputation by tagging her outfits on Instagram, Holden has a lowish profile.
"Virat Kohli did something similar to us last year, he got 149 I think out of a lowish total.
It also has bags of torque with power always at hand, while economy is an official, if optimistic, 53.2mpg, with lowish emissions to 121g/km.
'Due to his injury and lowish blood pressure over period of time, the kidney has taken a lot, meaning that the kidney is not functioning well.
Two more from Lowish and Bartlett put Lightning in a very comfortable position early on.
The big thing is the fuel economy, and while the claimed 68.9mpg seemed ambitious it was definitely in the mid-50s mpg, with lowish emissions of 111g/km.
Now, by this stage the Korean-made city car is down to almost banger territory and as cheap as chips, but there are still quite a number out there with lowish miles and full service history - just the kind of car many of us need.
Lambourn Nick Deacon First Mohican 4.10 Taunton, nap Has not jumped in public for three years but is now racing off a lowish mark for one so highly rated on the Flat.
Both are economical, with the lower-powered model offering a claimed 57.6mpg with lowish emissions of 128g/km.
Lowish depreciation has long been a Galaxy staple, used buyers recognising its safety, durability and low ongoing running costs.
(Your health prognosis is excellent if blood sugar levels are lowish: 70-95.)
After several years of lowish scores and OK bowling performances, he has been given more responsibility by being asked to bat higher up the order.