One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Well, I thought I had one here, but I think I'm going to save it for a column in the nearish future.’
- ‘I was going to stay late tonight at work - need to be somewhere nearish at 7.30 ish.’
- ‘Part of me feels that that someone I'm going to marry is close by, and I'll realize it or find them sometime in the nearish future.’
- ‘Now another trip I want to make in the nearish future is to Berlin.’
- ‘I have some of the details on my blog, if you go somewhere nearish the beginning.’
- ‘Still, we had a good hard ride around the countryside, heading over towards the Suffolk borders (well, nearish to Newmarket) in order to get a bit of rolling countryside.’
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