What does widish mean?

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Adjective
  1. Somewhat wide.
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Limby had a flattish nose and a widish mouth, and his eyes were a little out of the right line.
Flintoff bowled a widish one which Kasprowicz lifted to third man, but a diving Simon Jones could not hold on.
But Johnson's tactic of forcing batsmen on to the back foot worked once more, as a widish fuller delivery was slashed behind.
The wicketkeeper also played his part with a superb catch as the Tasmanian swished at the widish delivery.
Between these and the limit within which the present inhabited town has shrunk, lies a widish strip of unoccupied land.
The caudal lobe, though less broad than the procephalic lobe, is still a widish structure.

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