one little bit

one little bit

any at all; at all. Jean could not be persuaded to change her mind one little bit. I don't want to hear anything more about it. Not even one little bit.
See also: bit, little, one
References in classic literature ?
Thus was one little bit of her revealed to me at once: I wonder if I took note of it.
Have you never felt one little bit of what you used to feel when we were at the dairy?
So I've only this here one little bit of adwice to give you.
This is the first time I've crossed the ocean, gen'elmen, and, except the first day, I haven't been sick one little bit.
The range and diversity of programmes from Radio Wales is a tribute to the originality and imagination of the BBC, and I don't miss any reduction in the tedious observations of politicians one little bit.
One little bit of snow and everything comes to a standstill.
She doesn't have to justify herself one little bit.
Janet Slater: "Do not condone this one little bit and the workers will be terrified but he must be in a very desperate situation to pull a stunt like this .
When asked whether she'd apologise to taxpayers, she revealed she was "not one little bit sorry".
And as true Anglophiles, they won't be impressed by the Durrells' lifestyle one little bit.
He was unsighted by his club-mates who succeeded in covering the whole goal but one little bit at one end.
The fact that Steve has given the date his blessing won't help one little bit.
Summer is now over and winter's on the way The weather's getting colder every single day Very soon the fire will need to be lit I can't stand the winter one little bit.
I didn't enjoy it one little bit but as I progressed I got to understand what it was about and I knew that in the end I had to take through the six people I believed had variety and had talent and I could work with well".
I'm very surprised she's 7-1 - the price isn't going to worry her one little bit, though.