Definition of teeny in English:

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teeny

Pronunciation: /ˈtiːni/

adjective (teenier, teeniest)

informal
Tiny: a teeny bit of criticism
More example sentences
  • Most of them started out as teeny tiny babies, after all.
  • Somehow, his voice made her feel a very, very, very teeny tiny bit of homesickness.
  • Over a low flame, add teeny tiny bits of butter one at a time, turning slowly with a fork.
Synonyms
micro, miniature, nanoscopic, baby, toy, midget, dwarf, pygmy, Lilliputian;
Scottish  wee
British informal titchy, ickle
North American informal little-bitty

Origin

Early 19th century: variant of tiny.

Words that rhyme with teeny

Athene, bambini, beanie, Bellini, Bernini, bikini, Boccherini, Borromini, capellini, catenae, Cellini, Cherubini, Cyrene, Fellini, fettuccine, genie, greeny, grissini, Heaney, Houdini, Jeanie, linguine, martini, Mazzini, mankini, meanie, Mussolini, Mycenae, Paganini, Panini, porcini, Puccini, queenie, rapini, Rossellini, Rossini, Santoríni, Selene, spaghettini, Sweeney, teeny-weeny, tortellini, Toscanini, Trini, tweeny, wahine, weeny, zucchini

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