Words nearby youngish
Examples from the Web for youngish
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.
A man of youngish middle age, city born and raised, had been to school, had travel'd in Europe and California.Complete Prose Works|Walt Whitman
The rather slight, youngish man who had something wrong with one arm was in charge—complete charge.The Adventurer|Cyril M. Kornbluth
You are a youngish man for a Minister, for all your elderly manners.The Half-Hearted|John Buchan
"I don't know, I'm sure," confessed the Youngish Girl, snuffingly.The Indiscreet Letter|Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
From one coach there alighted a youngish man in the uniform of the Royal Flying Corps.Burned Bridges|Bertrand W. Sinclair