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littlest thing

The smallest, most trivial, or most inconsequential thing or aspect. She's so sensitive—the littlest things seem to get her in a huff. My boss is such a perfectionist that he will halt production to scrutinize the littlest thing he thinks could be improved.
See also: little, thing
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I can't say more - if I doen't feel as if the littlest things was her, a'most.
It wants constant attention in the littlest things. Some of us will be dying in a workhouse next.'
"Even the littlest things can give you a glimpse of what's going through their mind.
"In my final year of high school, I was passing out three to four times a month and was breathless doing the littlest things.
Now, Adele is determined to live her life to the fullest and see to it that she enjoys even the littlest things.
I get embarrassed about the littlest things: things I say or do, or how I look.
5 You get gushy about the littlest things. That cute pup might not melt your BGF's heart, but the sight of you gushing over it (and Instagram storying it...) sure does.
It's the littlest things that sometimes can mean the most to someone.
And after seeing how much joy they have for the littlest things for good weather, for being able to take home the newspaper at their favorite cafeacute, and even for bumping into an old musician friend in the park who shares a bag of walnuts man, what else do you need in life?
Some of the littlest things -- a childhood toy, a holiday decoration, a piece of costume jewelry -- can trigger the biggest family fights.
Some of the littlest things a childhood toy, a holiday decoration, a piece of costume jewelry can trigger the biggest family fights.
The encompassing vibrant hues present at every spot can also be seen in the littlest things like their table napkins and coasters.
In the churning chaos of life, sometimes the best things, the seemingly littlest things, go by the wayside--and their absence is out of all proportion to their size.