Behind thar war some widish channels, and some of the boats had gone round thar to cut 'em off if they took to swimming.
Nose, rather small, often straight with widish nostrils (mesorrhine).
The caudal lobe, though less broad than the procephalic lobe, is still a widish structure.
In the matter of hats a straw sailor with a widish brim is the most workmanlike form of head gear possible.
There is Nick Gunstone, holding his own gallantly, discreet enough to give "the swells" a widish berth.
She got down at the nearest corner, walked up a widish street of narrow grey houses till she came to number eighty-eight.
Limby had a flattish nose and a widish mouth, and his eyes were a little out of the right line.
Between these and the limit within which the present inhabited town has shrunk, lies a widish strip of unoccupied land.