incy-wincy

incy-wincy

(ˈintsiˈwintsi)
mod. tiny. (see also itty-bitty, itsy-bitsy.) Well, maybe an incy-wincy bit more wouldn’t hurt.
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Her daughter was in a school drama performance as one of the Incy-Wincy spiders.
Unknown to us, the salesman has returned to base and handed over our new agreement, and the vendor's billing and accounting department has responded: "There is no way on this earth that our billing system can cope with these special prices, and we've just decided that the Okey-Kokey data bundle plan is being superseded by the Incy-Wincy data bundle plan in March .
IT'S not just politicians who are the masters of spin - Film critics, comic book fans and Sony Pictures haven't been incy-wincy in their praise of Spider-Man 2.
As Incy-Wincy Spider might say - don't even go there.
After the week he has endured, the last thing the Arsenal keeper needed was to witness at close range the ridiculous extent of Wayne Rooney's precocious talent - although under the circumstances, I'm sure Seaman would have preferred to have been an incy-wincy little bit closer.