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teeny-weenie

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

teensy-weensie

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

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

and teeny
n. a sixteenth. (see also steenth.) It’s going at three and two teenies at the moment.

teeny

verb
See teenie

teeny-weeny

and teenie-weenie and teensy-weensy (ˈtiniˈwini and ˈtintsiˈwintsi)
mod. tiny. Could you move just a teenie-weenie bit to the left?
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Looking a teeny bit tired, the light blue Oxford, complete with the registration 6000 KP, has a well-documented history with Churchill listed as the first owner for a year before his death.
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