Little synonyms

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Extremely small:
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(Scotland, Northern Ireland, North England, New Zealand) Small, little.
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Lacking force or volume:
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Able to see extremely minute objects.
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Containing a relatively small amount of a potentially harmful ingredient, such as alcohol, fat, or sodium:
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Of, or employing nuclear energy or processes
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Of less than normal or sufficient size.
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Small in size
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Very small; tiny
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Having a narrow or selfish attitude.
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The definition of limited is something or someone with boundaries or restrictions.
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infrequently, not much
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So subtle, slight, or gradual as to be barely perceptible:
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The definition of diminutive is small or tiny.
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Lean; bony; skinny
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Very large; gigantic; immense
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Extensive in time or distance:
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Having great strength or force:
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Closefitting
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A portion of something, typically half.
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(Chem.) A very small amount, usually one quantitatively immeasurable
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Small in size
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Insignificant
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Of, containing, or having to do with toys
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Not yet large in size because of incomplete growth
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Giant is defined as of great size, strength or mind.
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(Colloquial) Comparatively small in size.
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Too small or insignificant to be observed or have any value; negligible
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Not worth consideration; unimportant; trivial; small
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The definition of insufficient is that there is not enough of something.
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The definition of scarce is a situation where there is too little of something or where something exists only in very small numbers.
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Few in number
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Few in number
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Brief, yet including all important information
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Abrupt is when someone is short or curt in their manner or actions.
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Having little value or importance; trivial
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Small in size or amount.
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The definition of base is something that forms a foundation.
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Tending toward or characterized by cruelty or violence:
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Petty is defined as something relatively worthless or unimportant.
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Having the characteristics of a runt
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Of, pertaining to, or made by or for dwarves.
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Of Lilliput or its people
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Of ordinary or undistinguished quality.
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Miniature is defined as much smaller in scale or size.
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The definition of paltry is a small or meager amount, or is something insignificant.
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(Chiefly Southern US) Sickly; ill.
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Ignorable; of little significance or value.
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A small piece which breaks off from baked food (such as cake, biscuit or bread).
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A small quantity of a liquid substance; less than 1/8 of a teaspoon.
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Minor means your secondary educational focus during college.
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A clothing size for short, slender women.
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Pinch is defined as a squeeze, or a difficulty, or a tiny amount of something.
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A diminutive of the male given name Richard.
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The act of slighting; a deliberate act of neglect or discourtesy.
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A very small thing; a particle; a whit.
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The quality or condition of being trivial.
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infrequently
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Completely obvious; blatant:
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Willing to consider new and different ideas or opinions.
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Noble in mind; esp., generous in overlooking injury or insult; rising above pettiness or meanness
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Strongly affecting the course of events or the nature of things; significant:
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Beautiful in a grand or stately way; rich or sumptuous, as in construction, decoration, form, etc.
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Large or imposing, as in quantity, scope, degree, intensity, or scale.
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Very much exceeding the usual size, number, or degree; of great size; huge; vast; immense
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infrequently, not much
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Used adverbially to mean “to a great degree or extent” or “frequently”:
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Lacking importance or significance; trifling:
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(informal) small and of little importance
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Trivial or petty; small or small-minded
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The definition of miniscule is something which is very small.
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Containing a large amount of shortening; flaky:
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Impressively great or difficult:
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Small in size
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Small in size
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Difficult to read, especially for being crowded into a small space:
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Withered; wizen.
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In an early stage; undeveloped; rudimentary
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Made, done, or produced by an elf.
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Kept hidden
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Wrinkled because the volume has reduced while the surface area of the outer layer has remained constant.
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Alternative form of amoebic.
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Small in size
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Of, relating to, or resembling, animalcules.
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Small in size
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Of, relating to, or constituting a vestige.
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Short and blunt, as from much use:
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The definition of truncated is cut short.
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(Mathematics, of a polyhedron) Derived from a simpler polyhedron by the addition of extra triangular faces
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(Chemistry) Relating to, or consisting of, or produced by molecules.
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Paltry or shabby:
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Small in size
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Diminutive; miniature.
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Small in size
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Of a size suitable to be carried in a pocket:
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Anything that is of little importance or worth.
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Modicum is defined as a small amount.
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The smallest part or particle imaginable; an iota.
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Not many; a small number of
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Naughty in a playful way; mischievous
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Having low prices or few transactions:
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(Informal) A particular kind of action, situation, or behavior:
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Somewhat small
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Proceeding without a natural or logical sequence; haphazard:
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Of no consequence; unimportant; trivial
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Of small or limited width, especially in comparison with length.
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Alternative spelling of narrow-minded.
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At rare intervals
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At rare intervals
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At rare intervals
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At rare intervals
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Roomy; ample; loose; full
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At rare intervals
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Not adequate; unequal to the purpose; insufficient; deficient; as, inadequate resources, power, conceptions, representations, etc.
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