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Another word for slight

  1. Of small intensity

      1. Yielding readily to pressure or weight:
      2. Easily molded, cut, or worked:
      3. Not tense and therefore capable of absorbing the impact of a ball or puck and of catching, receiving, or controlling it:
      1. Being within reasonable limits; not excessive or extreme:
      2. Not violent or subject to extremes; mild or calm; temperate:
      3. Of medium or average quantity or extent.
      1. Electromagnetic radiation that is visible, perceivable by the normal human eye as colors between red and violet, having frequencies between 400 terahertz and 790 terahertz and wavelengths between 750 nanometers and 380 nanometers.
      2. Electromagnetic radiation of any frequency or wavelength.
      3. The sensation of perceiving light; brightness:
      1. Considerate or kindly in disposition; amiable and tender.
      2. Not harsh or severe; mild and soft:
      3. Easily managed or handled; docile:
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  2. Small in degree, especially of probability

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  1. To think, represent, or speak of as small or unimportant

  2. To refuse to pay attention to (a person); treat with contempt

  3. To fail to care for or give proper attention to

  1. An act or instance of neglecting

  2. An act that offends a person's sense of pride or dignity

Another word for slight

  1. Trifling

  2. Inconsiderable

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  3. Delicate

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      1. To look over or at from a higher place:
      2. To afford a view over:
      3. To fail to notice or consider; miss:
      1. To ignore or behave coldly toward; slight.
      2. To dismiss, turn down, or frustrate the expectations of.
      3. To check the movement of (a rope or cable running out) by turning it quickly about a post or cleat.
      1. To regard or treat with haughty contempt:
      2. To consider or reject (doing something) as beneath oneself:
      3. A feeling or show of contempt and aloofness; scorn.