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teeny-weeny

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(also teensy-weensy)

Definition of teeny-weeny in English:

adjective

informal
Very tiny: doesn’t he have a teeny-weeny twinge of conscience?
More example sentences
  • Next to this small area was an itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny bathroom.
  • He makes himself out to be a real man's man but melts at the sight of his coworkers babies, making comments such as ‘look at how teeny-weeny those fingernails are!’
  • Is that just a teeny-weeny bit… well, dismissive?

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