broadish

broadish

(ˈbrɔːdɪʃ)
adj
fairly broad
References in classic literature ?
At that point, however, as it happens, there is a broadish ditch, moist at the bottom.
But at least Butler has just the right amount of rugged wolfish charm to carry the film on his broadish shoulders, and deliver what feels like computer-generated lines with some eye-twinkling gusto.
This represents a happily broadish spectrum, not least in the way they have responded to the task of giving their talks.
Neanderthals are described as shortish and broadish. The males were only about 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighed about as much as a professional football running back.
The man who attacked her was aged between 17 and 18 years old, 6ft and of slim build with broadish shoulders and short dark hair.
He was of medium build with broadish shoulders, medium height, wearing a short, dark casual cotton jacket with a small collar and light-coloured trousers.