teenie-weenie

teeny-weeny

childish Extremely small; tiny. I'm not hungry, but I'd love to try just a teeny-weeny bite of your meal, if you don't mind. Be sure to appreciate the time when your children are teeny-weeny, because they grow up very fast!

teenie-weenie

verb
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And Sharon Stone, 58, was rocking an itsy-bitsy teenie-weenie number only last week.
It is glorious weather--blue skies, bright sun and just that teenie-weenie nip.
THE SUPERMAN actrees was snapped earlier this month wearing an itsy-bitsy, teenie-weenie yellow bikini on a beach in Mexico, but apparently it wasn't teenie-weenie enough--she actually took off her top to frolic in the warm water.
Scaling its body further, you'll see a few of the usual stuff -- the camera button, lock key, micro SD card slot and the stylus pen which you will definitely need for those teenie-weenie things your finger might have a hard time touching.
While small busted girls can carry off itsy-bitsy teenie-weenie string bikinis, they often want to add a bit of oomph to their bikini top, which is possible with underwear tops or cutout swimming costumes, which often add curves.
This means I still get "This programme is not responding ..." alerts, but they appear a teenie-weenie bit quicker.
This next type of hyphenated word includes several parts of speech and consists of silly-sounding, rhyming pairs, most often with a long-e ending, like whoopsy-daisy, hootchie-kootchie, creepy-crawly, goody-goody, wishy-washy, willy-nilly, ticky-tacky, tootsy-wootsy, namby-pamby, teenie-weenie, freaky-deaky, lovey-dopey, palsy-walsy, hanky-panky, heebie-jeebies, wowee-zowee, itty-bitty, topsy-turvy, hokey-pokey, and honey-baby.
Bill, vice president-strategic accounts, and John, central regional sales manager-industrial, were very nice, and John ended our conversation by handing me an itsy-bitsy, teenie-weenie bag filled with three nicely wrapped, coin-shaped premium chocolate pieces from Milwaukee-based Ambrosia, a Grace Cocoa subsidiary.