slightish


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slightish

(ˈslaɪtɪʃ)
adj
rather slight
References in classic literature ?
Graham, and she is in mourning - not widow's weeds, but slightish mourning - and she is quite young, they say, - not above five or six and twenty, - but so reserved
I'm a slightish, female weakling of around 5ft 3in, and all bets would be off if I was to tackle a 6ft burly bloke but it is possible if you know what to do and where the body's weaknesses are.
The concert began with a slightish piece of Borodin, his Variations over a Russian Theme.