longish

[lawng-ish, long-]
adjective
somewhat long.

Origin:
1605–15; long1 + -ish1

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longish (ˈlɒŋɪʃ)
 
adj
rather long

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Example sentences
It may be that our current dilemma is another episode in a longish cyclical
  history.
After a longish break to sample the holiday goodies, the speech portion of the
  meeting got underway.
Both have longish tails and wings, which are barred.
Few will expect to pick up a longish book on the topic by a non-economist and
  devour it almost at a sitting.
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