Definition of narrowish in US English:

narrowish

adjective

  • See narrow

    • ‘Another of the region's seats, with a narrowish 6,389 Labour majority over Tories last time, declares at about 3.30 am.’
    • ‘Likewise, you'll always find them on the left hand side of the stage, occupying the narrowish space in front of the DJ booth and the back door, on the way to the Gents loos.’
    • ‘Its 27-cm length is pretty standard, and the front and middle of the saddle feel like any other narrowish racing perch.’
    • ‘Finally we got into the reception room which was a much larger space but a long narrowish room with the dance floor in the middle.’
    • ‘It's a traditional layout of heavily treed, narrowish fairways with the occasional water carry.’