least little thing

least little thing

the smallest possible thing. He gets upset over the least little thing. When she was a girl, she would throw a tantrum over the least little thing.
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All your resources go into it and then you realise that no matter what happens, the least little thing in your daily life, you've nothing left to give.
Sometimes I worry about the least little thing And fret about troubles life can bring Sometimes I just do not know what to do.
The least little thing makes a cry-baby bawl, Like bumping her knee on a chair in the hail.
You are under a lot more scrutiny when you are 40 as the least little thing that goes wrong gets magnified.
He said: "Although I am not the sort who goes knocking on the manager's door over the least little thing the point had been reached when I wanted a conversation with the boss.
Everything was fine for the first two years, but after our son was born my husband began to get very angry at the least little thing.
The way the Dodgers' hitting attack has been going lately, the least little thing can upend this team's chances of winning.
Minorities do the least little thing wrong and are called to account," Delores Ham says.
They've got good players but, when you're down there, the least little thing that goes wrong makes you nervous.
On the continent they can tell if the least little thing is wrong and I certainly benefited from my five years over there.
Nadine John, 13, of Pontlottyn in the Rhymney Valley said, 'People seem to complain for the least little thing - they think that just because we are in a group then we are up to no good.
My ex and I found it impossible to live together as we rowed about the least little thing.
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