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itsy-bitsy

Very small or petite; tiny. May I have an itsy-bitsy bite of your salmon? I just want a taste of it. How can you be afraid of such an itsy-bitsy spider?

itsy-bitsy

verb
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The itsy bitsy school bus is ready for the first day of school!
The nursery rhyme "Itsy Bitsy Spider," (also known as Incy, Wincy Spider) is a popular children's nursery rhyme.
The blonde German, left, wore an itsy bitsy polka dot bikini on a yacht during a holiday off the Italian coast with her husband, UK film director Matthew Vaughn, and their children.
AFTER years playing second fiddle to the two-piece, the swimsuit is well and truly back on the fashion map, and we couldn't be happier - one-pieces are infinitely more flattering than itsy bitsy bikinis.
AFTER years playing second fiddle to the two-piece, the swimsuit is well and truly back on the fashion map, and we couldn't be happier - onepieces are infinitely more flattering than itsy bitsy bikinis.
Sal Khan has like many parents, bought Itsy Bitsy Spider, Park Math and other educational apps developed by a San Mateo, Calif.-based startup, Duck Duck Moose.
see lots of big pants on the beach this summer because after years of itsy bitsy teeny weeny bikinis, bottoms that actually, erm...
see lots of pants on the beach this summer because after years of itsy bitsy teeny weeny bikinis, bottoms that actually, erm...
Famed for brandishing a pink foam mallet for a game called Mallett's Mallet, he also had a number one hit with Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini, and still travels the UK performing.
ONE piece or two, itsy bitsy or something altogether a little more modest?
IRINA Shayk nearly bared all in an itsy bitsy bikini as she spent some time in the sun to get over her split from Cristiano Ronaldo.
While everyone is putting their warm robes on as a heavy snow storm sweeps the Middle East, Myriam Klink stripped down to her itsy bitsy bikini (once again).
One minute, he's reading a heartbreaking poem about children in places torn by violence -- "The children of Juarez have run out of red crayons./There's so much blood/in their eyes'' -- and other times he's utterly whimsical, presenting a poem called "Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Photograph of Mussolini.'' But as disparate as his topics and tones can be, he wrangles them, all with a mastery of language as clever and drone-strike precise as any I have ever encountered.
So stop panicking about slipping into an itsy bitsy teeny weeny bikini and take your lead from these stars to look beautiful on the beach.
And she just loves to prance around in an itsy bitsy teeny weeny usually wet bikini.