oldish
adjective Date: circa 1669 somewhat old or elderly

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Oldish — Old ish, a. Somewhat old. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • oldish — [ōl′dish] adj. somewhat old …   English World dictionary

  • oldish — /ohl dish/, adj. somewhat old: an oldish man. [1660 70; OLD + ISH1] * * * …   Universalium

  • oldish — old|ish [ˈəuldıʃ US ˈould ] adj fairly old ▪ an oldish woman …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • oldish — old|ish [ ouldıʃ ] adjective neither very old, nor very young or new: an oldish man …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • oldish — UK [ˈəʊldɪʃ] / US [ˈoʊldɪʃ] adjective neither very old, nor very young or new an oldish man …   English dictionary

  • oldish — /ˈoʊldɪʃ/ (say ohldish) adjective somewhat old: an oldish man. {old + ish1} …   Australian English dictionary

  • oldish — old ► ADJECTIVE (older, oldest) 1) having lived for a long time; no longer young. 2) made or built long ago. 3) possessed or used for a long time. 4) dating from far back; long established or known. 5) former; previous. 6) …   English terms dictionary

  • oldish — adjective somewhat old …   Wiktionary

  • oldish — old·ish || əʊldɪʃ adj. somewhat old; a bit aged (Informal) …   English contemporary dictionary

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