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Lower in space; placed lower down
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  1. Lower in space; placed lower down
  2. Low or lower in quality, value, or estimation:
  3. Low or lower in order, status, rank, etc.; subordinate
Intended for or including youthful persons:
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  1. Intended for or including youthful persons:
  2. Of more recent position or lower status
  3. Lower in rank or shorter in length of tenure:
Smaller, less, or less important
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  1. Smaller, less, or less important
  2. Smaller in amount, value, or importance, especially in a comparison between two things:
  3. Of a smaller size than other, similar forms:
Having a pitch corresponding to a relatively small number of sound-wave cycles per second.
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  1. Having a pitch corresponding to a relatively small number of sound-wave cycles per second.
  2. Ranked near the beginning of an ascending series or scale:
  3. Relatively small. Used of a cost, price, or other value:
(Biology) Less complex in organization or having traits similar to those of organisms that evolved earlier in the history of life on Earth.
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  1. (Biology) Less complex in organization or having traits similar to those of organisms that evolved earlier in the history of life on Earth.
  2. Denoting the larger and usually more representative house of a bicameral legislature.
  3. Physically situated below a similar or comparable thing:
Based on the scale pattern of the minor mode
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  1. Based on the scale pattern of the minor mode
  2. (Music) Designating an imperfect interval smaller than the corresponding major interval by a semitone
  3. Characterized by minor intervals, scales, etc.
(US) Of or pertaining to a minor league
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  1. (US) Of or pertaining to a minor league
  2. (Sports) Relating or belonging to a minor league.
  3. Of relatively minor importance
Narrow-minded or ungenerous, especially in trifling matters:
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  1. Narrow-minded or ungenerous, especially in trifling matters:
  2. Relatively low in rank; subordinate
  3. Of small importance; trivial:
(Geol.) Formed as a result of the alteration, disintegration, or erosion of preexisting rocks or minerals
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  1. (Geol.) Formed as a result of the alteration, disintegration, or erosion of preexisting rocks or minerals
  2. Second or lower in rank or importance; not primary:
  3. Relating to or derived from either of the lateral meristems (the cork cambium or the vascular cambium ) of vascular plants. For example, secondary xylem in a stem is produced by the vascular cambium, as opposed to primary xylem produced by the apical meristem during the original growth of the stem from a seedling.
Little in size, esp. when compared with others of the same kind; not large or big; limited in size
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  1. Little in size, esp. when compared with others of the same kind; not large or big; limited in size
  2. Consisting of relatively few units; numerically low
  3. Being below average in quantity or extent:
(Brit.) Holding an army commission below that of captain
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  1. (Brit.) Holding an army commission below that of captain
  2. (Logic) Designating a proposition that is implied by another proposition but does not imply it
  3. Subordinate; of lower rank
(Grammar, of a clause, not comparable) dependent on and either modifying or complementing the main clause
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  1. (Grammar, of a clause, not comparable) dependent on and either modifying or complementing the main clause
  2. Inferior to or placed below another in rank, power, importance, etc.; secondary
  3. Belonging to a lower or inferior class or rank; secondary.
Less than is required or customary:
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  1. Less than is required or customary:
  2. Located or situated on a lower level or beneath something else:
  3. Lower in rank, power, or authority; subordinate.
Find another word for smalltime. In this page you can discover 14 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for smalltime, like: inferior, junior, lesser, low, lower, minor, minor-league, petty, secondary, small and subaltern.