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a smidgen

slang Only a little bit; a very small amount. Adjust the mirror a smidgen to the right. A: "Would you like some more wine?" B: "Just a smidgen, thanks!
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smidgen

(ˈsmɪdʒnæ)
n. a tiny bit. Oh, come on, more than a smidgen. Just a little?
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It's ordinary white with a smidgen of wheat bran and oat fiber.
Chicago) mathematical introduction to the basic theory of games, both cooperative and noncooperative, is designed as a textbook for undergraduate students who have completed a year of calculus and have a smidgen or two of linear algebra and probability; advanced calculus or real analysis would permit a more mathematical reading.
A smidgen optimistic, that, bearing in mind Liverpool had won the first leg 10-0!
The leafy finish has the lightest of acidic zing probably courtesy of the smidgen of Semillon added.
Now saw a 1/2-in.-thick strip of hardwood a smidgen narrower than the miter slot (so it slides without wiggling).
There's smear of deer, flat cat, chunk of skunk and smidgen of pigeon.
A whiff of Twain, a smidgen of Nash, and more than a dash of post-Ferlinghetti make for an unexpectedly tasty mix.
This comprehensive survey of a living legend of classical dance captures Alonso a smidgen past her peak in 10 selections filmed between 1963 and 1985.
A smidgen of prudence is anathema to those addicted to spending other people's money.
Mormonism was never an issue when Orrin Hatch ran for president, but Hatch was never talked up with even a smidgen of the seriousness that accompanies the Massachusetts governor.
You'll need more than a smidgen of rouge to get past the style police at Vienna's City Hall at the 12th annual Life Ball on May 21.
It was shot on a Bolex during weekends and off-hours, with a volunteer cast and crew, donated services, the assistance from the Independent Filmmakers' Co-op of Ottawa, plus a smidgen of government assistance from local agencies.
However, according to Levin, studies show that patients generally only get a smidgen of the information they need about medications from their physicians.
Moore and Slater also blame Rove's evil genius for the decision "to fight the war on terrorism, which was a just cause, and use the pureness of that purpose to advance the Republican political agenda." They start with a smidgen of fact.
Cisco Systems Inc CEO John Chambers yesterday told analysts and investors that August, usually a slow orders month for the company, was "a little bit above my expectations", injecting a smidgen of confidence into the market.