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young·ish

 (yŭng′ĭsh)
adj.
Somewhat young.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.youngish - somewhat youngyoungish - somewhat young      
young, immature - (used of living things especially persons) in an early period of life or development or growth; "young people"
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youngish

[ˈjʌŋɪʃ] ADJbastante joven, más bien joven

youngish

[ˈjʌŋɪʃ] adjassez jeuneyoung lady njeune dame f, jeune femme f

youngish

adjziemlich jung

youngish

[ˈjʌŋɪʃ] adjabbastanza giovane

youngish

a. de aspecto joven.
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A youngish man with flaxen hair, a bristly straw-coloured moustache, and a dropping nether lip, was sitting and holding my wrist.
He was a small, short, youngish man, sprinkled all over his face with freckles, and wearing redundant yellow hair.
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The first person that struck him on his entrance was Aramis, planted near a great chair on castors, very large, covered with a canopy of tapestry, under which there moved, enveloped in a quilt of brocade, a little face, youngish, very merry, somewhat pallid, whilst its eyes never ceased to express a sentiment at once lively, intellectual, and amiable.
Thus, in addition to the cousins Dorothy and Florence, Martin encountered two university professors, one of Latin, the other of English; a young army officer just back from the Philippines, one-time school- mate of Ruth's; a young fellow named Melville, private secretary to Joseph Perkins, head of the San Francisco Trust Company; and finally of the men, a live bank cashier, Charles Hapgood, a youngish man of thirty-five, graduate of Stanford University, member of the Nile Club and the Unity Club, and a conservative speaker for the Republican Party during campaigns - in short, a rising young man in every way.
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A youngish sallowish gentleman in spectacles, with a lumpy forehead, seated in a supplementary chair at a corner of the table, here caused a profound sensation by saying, in a raised voice,
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