fiftyish

fiftyish

(ˈfɪftɪˌɪʃ)
adj
approximately fifty
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fiftyish

[ˈfɪftɪɪʃ] ADJde unos cincuenta años
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Two fiftyish single women, one from Iowa, one from the Bronx, meet and learn to cohabitate in this play one reviewer praised for its "heart and humor" in its production at last year's Humana Festival.
The vibration got stronger until the man passed by: a fiftyish, heavyset coach with a large yellow picture of a spear over a crimson background on his shirt.
Gadsby's protagonist, fiftyish John Gadsby, hands civic administration of his town to a local youth organization, and in so doing transforms Branton Hills from a stagnant municipality into a bustling, up-and-coming city.
Frieda was a fiftyish woman with a round face, curly brown hair, wide flat hips, and lovely girlish legs without a single varicose vein.
Well he was less doppelganger than fiftyish chubby bloke with wild white hair who wouldn''t have reached the end of Maggie May without attracting Simon Cowell''s buzzer.
He was tall, fiftyish, with grayish brown hair, good looking in a mild way.
Venturing out, she wanders through landscapes of singularly arresting beauty, her path often crossing with that of the hotel's fiftyish caretaker as he rakes, cuts grass or simply puffs contentedly on a joint.
He is a fiftyish, fame-worshipping failure, but not devoid of a certain psychopathic charisma.
She was lost in her thoughts when the tall fiftyish woman tapped her on the shoulder and kissed her on the cheek.
You can see the results of those conversations in this entertaining and at times highly idiomatic narrative: the youthful Fiedler, learning about sex and alcohol while working in the neighborhood shoe store; hanging out with bums in the park; reading Thoreau at the age of twelve and Marx at thirteen; his best friend's love affair with his fiftyish Latin teacher; refusing to salute the flag when the ROTC marched by.
I sought the constraints of an old structure," says the fiftyish father of three.
My cyclone shelter," a bearded, fiftyish guy of temporarily Libertarian views explains with a grin, although he may shave the fur off when he gets another job.