straightish


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straightish

(ˈstreɪtɪʃ)
adj
almost but not quite straight
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The trigger itself is a straightish model that's quite comfortable.
"At Augusta a 40-foot uphill or uphill or straightish putt is far better than an eight-foot downhiller." They say it takes years to learn how to master the Masters course and Gallacher is in no doubt of the biggest lesson he will bring back with him.
The stunning right - it was short, straightish but also a cross - was perfectly timed and placed by the wily, experienced champion, who had tolerated the disrespectful pre-fight verbals from Groves, ten years Froch's junior.
After Will Smith, the opener is Durham's best outfielder, so it was incredible he dropped a catch Adil Rashid flicked right to him at a straightish midwicket.