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The ‘youngish’ novelist lives in New Orleans next to a federal officer of some kind who talks constantly about fantasy sports.
Asked if he preferred Leno or Conan, the youngish former senator apparently hadn't a clue who either of them was.
Both are by youngish men (Lemon is 31, Flynn 49), both explore masculinity and weakness, existential and physical.
Scozzafava, a youngish possible up and comer just effectively joined the Democrats.
That critical number—the biggest pool of youngish, single men—encompassed 60% of the weighting.
John Maltwood, the quiet, youngish-looking man in the gold pince-nez, was popular everywhere over the country-side.The Doctor of Pimlico|William Le Queux
Shortly there appeared a youngish man, constructed by nature to adorn wearing apparel.Scattergood Baines|Clarence Budington Kelland
A youngish, handsome man he was, with graying temples and keenly observant eyes.The Man from Time|Frank Belknap Long
Mr. Van Burgh, a heavy-faced, youngish man with sort of world-tired eyes, looked at his finger-nails.The Wreckers|Francis Lynde
A youngish well-dressed woman stood there, and silence was between them while they looked at each other.The Marriages|Henry James