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patter of tiny feet

the sound of young children; having children in the household. I really liked having the patter of tiny feet in the house. Darling, I think we're going to be hearing the patter of tiny feet soon.
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the patter of tiny feet

  (humorous)
something that you say which means that someone is going to have a baby I bet it won't be long till we hear the patter of tiny feet.
See also: feet, of, patter, tiny

patter of tiny feet

n. the sound of young children; having children in the household. Darling, I think we’re going to be hearing the patter of tiny feet soon.
See also: feet, of, patter, tiny
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It allows them to plan the tiniest detail of their own funeral - music, eulogies, even guest list - long before it happens.
Against the denial of human worth, she emphasizes the sublime calling and worth of everyone, including the tiniest human being and the poorest of the poor.
But then we will start reading about coffee brewers that have made astonishing breakthroughs at the molecular level, perhaps by inserting the world's tiniest sensors in the foaming device.
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