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smidgen

(ˈsmɪdʒnæ)
n. a tiny bit. Oh, come on, more than a smidgen. Just a little?
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The Smidgens educate our children to protect the Earth and positively affect their behaviors socially and environmentally.
He added: "A cell is negligible, a smidgen you can just about see under a microscope.
There's smear of deer, flat cat, chunk of skunk and smidgen of pigeon.
Teri Polo, KaDee Strickland and Sarah Jones portray the sisters on the show; other cast members attending include the rather cute but also ickily monikered Missi Pyle (the first name, so perky and feminine, yet mispronounce it in full just a smidgen and the result sounds like you've been tromping through a poorly managed dog park).
A whiff of Twain, a smidgen of Nash, and more than a dash of post-Ferlinghetti make for an unexpectedly tasty mix.
This comprehensive survey of a living legend of classical dance captures Alonso a smidgen past her peak in 10 selections filmed between 1963 and 1985.
A smidgen of prudence is anathema to those addicted to spending other people's money.
You'll need more than a smidgen of rouge to get past the style police at Vienna's City Hall at the 12th annual Life Ball on May 21.
A smidgen of skepticism is suggested, however, by a poll recently conducted by Jane magazine.
Refreshing, modern and suitable for both day and night use, it fills the nostrils with bergamot, a hint of tangerine and lemon and a smidgen of vanilla to soften the citrussy notes.
However, according to Levin, studies show that patients generally only get a smidgen of the information they need about medications from their physicians.
Cisco Systems Inc CEO John Chambers yesterday told analysts and investors that August, usually a slow orders month for the company, was "a little bit above my expectations", injecting a smidgen of confidence into the market.
Just don't expect more than a smidgen of peppers and onions--you'll have to get your vegetables elsewhere.
In the 1988 book entitled African Art, the collectors presented just a smidgen of the collection, 200 or so of its African works of art.
But with each new machine that ships with Linux installed, the power of Microsoft Office is reduced a smidgen.