He was a biggish lad, with a boyish, slightly mischievous grin, and thoughtfulness and consideration were seamed in his character.
There were some biggish ones, too, you remember; but the slide snapped them off like so many carrots.
He's a biggish man, as it is, and to look at him at first you'd fancy that he was bigger than he is.
He described it as a biggish bird with a long neck, but its colour was not blue—oh, no!
I had told him I thought you were all of you biggish Men, except the Boy.
"Yes, it's a biggish place here," said Kalle, drawing himself up.
You can put a biggish slice of your weight on me; when I am tired I will let you know.
She was always a rare one for the sea, and owned a biggish boat in her father's time.
His servants had deserted him, and he lived by himself in a biggish, solemn house.
I'm sorry for him because I thought him a biggish man;—but what he's done 'll just be the making of us over there.