a smidge

a smidge

slang Only a little bit; a very small amount. Adjust the mirror a smidge to the right. A: "Would you like some more wine?" B: "Just a smidge, thanks!
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A smidge of herbal interest comes through on the palate alongside the rich pear fruit and then the zesty acidity jollies things along towards a juicy, refreshing finish.
"To come through, winning some big, big games, it would be just a smidge below winning a World Cup."
At a smidge under PS650 it's not far off the S8's PS689, but it does work hard to earn the price.
A Los Angeles home owned by beauty queen-turned-actress Ali Landry has come up for sale, for at least the third time since 2013, with an asking price at a smidge under $2.4 million.
SLW stands for Super Light Weight, and this mid-length direct-gas AR tips the scales at just a smidge over six pounds.
Natural, unsweetened cocoa powder is sugar-free, gluten-free, low in fat, dair y-free and higher in antioxidants than other chocolates, but it's also a smidge bitter...
Television companies were happy to partake, while radio stocks edged just a smidge beyond where they started when the market opened Friday morning.
Take quite a large pinch of Gogglebox, a smidge of Come Dine With Me and film ordinary people in their homes.
Gascony (called Gascogne in France) is the wine-producing region southeast of Bordeaux known primarily for white blends, like the 2013 Domaine de Pellehaut "Harmonie de Gascogne.'' This delightful summery wine of character blends chardonnay and a smidge of sauvignon blanc plus a number of local grapes most of us have never heard of: ugni blanc, gros manseng petit and folle blanche.
I'd also like to see a smidge more education around different types of lube and the chemicals.
Dear Not Normal, OK, you might be a smidge behind some girls, but believe me, there are other girls who haven't yet kissed a boy, and many who had their first kiss just last year, and some who started wag too early and have come to regret it.
When it come to unwanted presents, for me it has to be the classic white lie: "I really, really like it but it's just a smidge too small...
Which is why when you taste Scream Sorbet's version of peppermint chocolate--denser and creamier and more intense than any gelato, and with not a smidge of dairy--you walk away scratching your head: How do they do it?
(Most of the genetic material would be from the parents of the first fertilized egg, since mitochondria contain only a smidge of genetic material.)
Despite the farcical chaos that has surrounded the run-up to our festival I'm hoping that it will still be a buzz with just a smidge of "the spirit of the blitz" about it.