not one little bit

not one little bit

Not a single, tiny bit; not at all. A: "Are you nervous at all about tonight's fight?" B: "Not one little bit. This is what I've been training for." I don't get one little bit of gratitude from my children for everything you do to keep them happy and healthy.
See also: bit, little, not, one
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The din of dysfunction and upheaval in his operating environment sways him not one little bit and, instead serves to redouble his efforts with greater clarity and focus.
Not one little bit. You're both so lucky to have found one another.
I never expected to get to the final, not one little bit really, because I never at any point considered myself as one of Britain's best bakers.
Liverpool's superiority was such that had they scored six or seven it would have flattered not one little bit.
And he cares not one little bit about the official address.
Josh Lewsey was one of the few who spent the entire match knowing exactly what he was doing, while Tom Shanklin, often viewed here as a utility player, harmed his chances not one little bit with a fine game.
'We were not surprised, not one little bit. Nothing he did shocked me in any shape or form because he is a great talent.'
When asked whether she'd apologise to taxpayers, she revealed she was "not one little bit sorry".
"I never felt we were in control, not one little bit," acknowledged Rosler.
A pounds 10m win on the lottery has not changed Paul Chapman from Stockton, not one little bit. Paul still takes the bus and rides his bicycle, so what!
I don't feel scared at all really, not one little bit.'
Born in the Fifties I WAS born in the '50s still on rations from the war, Smoking was so glamorous and was promoted by the law, Unhealthy lifestyle was the theme of those days, Affecting our health in a multitude of ways, Due to smoking raising revenue, for the powers that be, We were encouraged to do so, so they could raise the fee, Smog filled cities, from the coal fires that were lit, Did not help little lungs develop, not one little bit.
"People might be saying there are nerves and all that, but there is not one little bit of nerves in our camp," said the highly-rated former England Under-21 international.