Definition of titchy in English:

titchy

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Pronunciation: /ˈtɪtʃi
 
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adjective (titchier, titchiest)

British informal
Very small: a titchy theatre
More example sentences
  • Infinity is just so big that by comparison, bigness itself looks really titchy.
  • Medieval towers sprout hither and yon, frontages on the titchy streets have a stately aspect, and from the esplanade by the cathedral, the landscape looks mildly Tuscan.
  • And anyway, they add, we'd hardly notice the difference between the new juggernauts and the eeny-weeney titchy ones they're to replace.

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