fleabite

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fleabite

1. A minor annoyance or nuisance OK, so we have to go somewhere else for dinner. It's not a big deal, just a fleabite in the grand scheme of things, really.
2. A very small, insignificant chip or scrape. There's one small fleabite on the side of that dish, but it's hardly noticeable.

fleabite

n. a small chip off something. This cup has a little fleabite, but it doesn’t really harm its value.
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Compared to the numbers of singles sold when `the Charts were the Charts', 20,000 is a fleabite. Mind you, music buffs will remember that Al Martino Here In My Heart was the first ever British Number one in November 1952, and I don't suppose that sold very many more.
So far as celebrity weddings go, that's a fleabite.
Labour held on to Possil seat in Glasgow by only a fleabite 34 votes watching a previous majority of nearly 1,400 almost vanish.