And first comes "Speakings" - reports of ships met and signalled at sea, name, port, where from, where bound for, so many days out, ending frequently with the words "All well." Then come "Wrecks and Casualties" - a longish
array of paragraphs, unless the weather has been fair and clear, and friendly to ships all over the world.
golden hair had no doubt its share in the effect, as likewise the soft yellow silk tie that fluttered like a flame in the speed of his going.
He had found a longish
fir-tree lying felled and trimmed in the enclosure, and with the help of Hunter he had set it up at the corner of the log-house where the trunks crossed and made an angle.
However, after a longish
pause he conceded a few words more to the second officer's weakness.
It was low and longish
, roofed with turf and built of unmortared stones; and on a mound in front of it, an old gentleman sat smoking his pipe in the sun.
She talked freely, answering questions and asking them and not even taking advantage of certain longish
pauses with which they inevitably alternated to say she thought she had better go in.
"Seems to me I may have a longish
wait," he said to himself.
As I was preparing to take my leave after a longish
pause into which we had fallen as into a vague dream, she came out of it with a start and a quiet sigh.
It was a longish
flight out and we took a few minutes to get into the game.
The dance sequences were on the longish
side consuming too much time for the tale to build, some of the background dancers looked a bit nervy, and among the protagonists only Vajdaan Shah appeared comfortable in what he was doing.
"On this type of circuit, with many longish
corners, I was really far away with the set-up.
The cheeks are split jungle cock and the head hackle is longish