slowish


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slowish

(ˈsləʊɪʃ)
adj
somewhat slow
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Earlier cars had a wide petrol engine choice from a slowish 1.
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.
She won on slowish at Bath under a penalty and she has a good attitude.
The left-handed opener hit 67 off 48 balls after Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed's 42 off 31 in Yorkshire's 180 for five on a slowish pitch.
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.
On a slowish pitch with pink balls which, the participants report, have gone very soft after about 30 overs, any target around 250 would be a tough ask for a Warwickshire side which has suffered more than its share of batting collapses this season.
Having garnered only two runs from five overs at the outset of their partnership, the pair added 47 from the next five with both batsmen hitting Taylor for six and Sean Ervine conceding 20 runs in his two overs of anodyne slowish bowling.
Pant and Sarfaraz, played contrasting innings on a slowish track.
Everton defender Phil Jagielka, an England team-mate of Kane, said: "He'll deal with the slowish start he's had and it will make him a better player.
a "Batting has been tricky at times but less so at others on a slowish pitch.
We had a slowish start but we are away from home and you want to see how the game goes for the first 20 minutes.