slowish


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slowish

(ˈsləʊɪʃ)
adj
somewhat slow
References in classic literature ?
I doubt he's a bit slowish. He takes after your family, Bessy."
Carreno Busta made a slowish start to the campaign but has picked up nicely in recent months.
A slowish start, but it really was cooking on gas by the end.
The last game between Hyderabad and Punjab saw the Sunrisers batsmen struggle on the slowish wicket at the I.S.
After a slowish start, according to our reporter, the show took off with Midnight Rambler "and all to a magnificent setting of synchronised lighting and coloured smoke on the stage.
Kilmarnock batted first and were given a confident start by F McLaren and J Hurford on a slowish pitch, with McLaren playing some stylish shots on both sides of the wicket.
The actress has her own VW and has enjoyed life in the slowish Lane for some years.
The pitch was hardly a finger spinner's dream, playing slowish and inviting only the gentlest of turn.
A bowler who can be relied on to bowl a slowish long-hop outside off stump will be carefully chosen," he advised.
"It was a good ride from Glyn from a moderate draw and off a slowish pace.
On a slowish pitch, England did not always exploit the available movement in the air and off the seam until some loose South Africa batting allowed the home side back in.
In terms of styles, we have (in order) a ballad, a slowish swing, a slow waltz, and a tango, and then a cha-cha, another slow waltz, an up-tempo swing, and a quicker Latin number.