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teeny-weenie

childish Particularly small or tiny. I'm not hungry myself, but I'd love to try just a teeny-weenie bite of your meal, if you don't mind. Be sure to appreciate the time when your children are teeny-weenie, because they grow up very fast!

teensy-weensie

childish Particularly small or tiny. I'm not hungry myself, but I'd love to try just a teensy-weensie bite of your meal, if you don't mind. Be sure to appreciate the time when your children are teensy-weensie, because they grow up very fast!

teenie

and teeny
n. a sixteenth. (see also steenth.) It’s going at three and two teenies at the moment.

teeny

verb
See teenie

teeny-weeny

and teenie-weenie and teensy-weensy (ˈtiniˈwini and ˈtintsiˈwintsi)
mod. tiny. Could you move just a teenie-weenie bit to the left?
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Because the next time one of them picks him up and ferries him off to Scotland's HQ in Renfrewshire, Russell Kenneth Alexander Martin would appreciate just the teeniest bit of recognition.
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I have tried to think of the teeniest complaint and can't come up with any.
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The music is so loud and despite the snow which was starting to fall outside all the assistants are dressed in the teeniest of outfits all with Californian tans, which was quite ironic to say we were in the middle of winter in New York
This has raised obvious questions as to whether there might be the teeniest clash of interests, since the prospective candidates will be able to take executive decisions about funding community projects in Aston during the election campaign.