Small in size, amount, or degree (often used to convey an appealing diminutiveness or express an affectionate or condescending attitude)
a little writing desk
Just (or almost) the same as (something bad); merely
A small amount of
There is mutual dislike between (the people mentioned)
It is not surprising
On a small scale; in miniature
A small, stubby short-billed auk (seabird) with black plumage and white underparts, breeding in the Arctic
The constellation Ursa Minor
Another name for Canis Minor.
(In a piston engine) the smaller end of the connecting rod, attached to the piston
A small compact lettuce of a variety of the cos type
A person who conducts business or life on a small or ordinary scale; an average person
Another name for Ouse444.
A small owl with speckled plumage, native to Eurasia and Africa and introduced to Britain
The state capital of Arkansas; population 189,515 (est. 2008)
Another term for small slam.
The smallest toe, on the outer side of the foot
A considerable amount of
See Ararat, Mount.
The seven brightest stars of the constellation Ursa Minor
The smallest finger, at the outer side of the hand, furthest from the thumb
A small, dumpy Old World grebe with a short neck and bill and a trilling call
(In the Western Church) the offices of prime, terce, sext, and none
A toilet located in a small shed outside a house or other building
Organized baseball played by children aged between 8 and 12
A mid-morning break at school, during which children have light refreshments
The ordinary people in a country, organization, etc. who do not have much power
Informal name for Rhode Island.
Another name for Baltistan.
(C.1752–1812), American Indian leader, chief of the Miami. He was successful in raids on settlers in the Northwest Territory until several defeats forced him to sign the Treaty of Greenville (Ohio) in 1795
An alarmist or person who panics easily
A great deal (of); much
A young British man who emigrated to Australia under the auspices of the Big Brother scheme
A nickname for Napoleon
A group of 16th-century Nuremberg engravers, followers of Dürer, who worked small-dimension plates with biblical, mythological, and genre scenes
Former term for Ukrainian.
A small independent theatre used for experimental or avant-garde drama, or for community, non-commercial productions
Extremely little or few (used for emphasis)
By degrees; gradually
Treat as unimportant
A fairly large amount of
A person who opposes an international role or policy for England (or, in practice, for Britain)
A period of colder climate and increased glaciation occurring between warmer periods, in particular one such period which reached its peak during the 17th century
A woman’s short or medium-length black dress suitable for almost any social engagement
An imaginary or hypothetical being from outer space
A city in central Arkansas, an industrial center across the Arkansas River from Little Rock; population 59,430 (est. 2008)