Smallish Sentence Examples
There is a wide choice of many, mostly smallish, dishes.
I have put said Blueberry in a smallish pot of ericaceous compost.
The butterflies usually oviposit on nettles growing in smallish clumps in sunny woodland glades, or in the vicinity of hedgerows.
Also Seville oranges only have a smallish seasonal window to buy and use but the ma made is a year round product.
Cut the red peppers in half, cut out the central white pith and seeds, chop the peppers into smallish pieces.Advertisement
The smallish fruits are on stalks and the leaf is not serrated.
Today Memphis is a smallish enclosed park, littered with broken statuary, amid groves of dusty, spiky palm trees.
They arrived in smallish outboard motor-driven boats with rakish bows, called pirogues, 4 men to a boat.
Snapshot replication tends to be used with smallish data sets that are relatively static.
Now the band that caused this smallish venue to be sold out, took to the stage.Advertisement
These are a good form for a smallish garden - their spread will be about 1.6 m (5 ft).
Been trying to hunt down a smallish amount of ' Aubiose ' for bedding.
Even in Inverness, a smallish town in the north of Scotland, the average price for a house is £ 60,000.
I 'm stting in one of the university computer rooms, a smallish room with about 20 pc 's in it.
The sportive lemurs are smallish grey-brown creatures with a small round head, flattish face, sticky-out round ears and a long bushy tail.Advertisement
Yes, the room was a tad on the smallish side.
Classic Elite, a simple, smallish aviator style with colored lenses available in a thin silver frame, belongs on the face of any Elvis fan.
Even my smallish city (nearly 80,000 people) seems to be able to support two bead stores, not to mention the crafty superstore on the main drag of the city (and across the street from one of the independents).
These stores are impressive, and I was thrilled when my smallish town got one probably 10 years ago.
Later writers, Posidonius, Diodorus, Strabo and others, call them smallish islands off (Strabo says, some way off) the north-west coast of Spain, which contained tin mines, or, as Strabo says, tin and lead mines - though a passage in Diodorus derives the name rather from their nearness to the tin districts of north-west Spain.Advertisement
Suddenly a smallish dog seized my left thigh with its teeth and would not let go.