AE thing is one thing, the word's oldish and Scottish; AG means agriculture, the word's academic and oddish.
So it was, for a boy always thinks an oldish woman older than she really is.
He found her in her kitchen; an oldish woman who lived by charing.
An oldish man with glasses—the auctioneer—was seated on a box making figures in a notebook.
One is an oldish man, greyheaded, thin-faced, and wearing spectacles.
He was an oldish man, short and broad-shouldered, with a large head and serious grey eyes.
He was an oldish, roughish-looking man, and had all the appearance of a seaman.
One lady was somewhat stout and oldish, the other was young and slight, and Jack thought very pretty.
No girl of any species can compare with an oldish American hired girl.
He saw oldish men looking horribly young in their animal excitement, and oldish women looking horrible in their coquettishness.