- Contracted from little, especially as pronounced with flapping, when the /t/ is barely audible. (Wiktionary)
“•You're convinced that, while Lady Gaga calls her fans "little monsters," and Pink has called her listeners "nitty-gritty dirty little freaks," your own fan base should be called "li'l hammock mites.”
“I'm just a li'l old religous bigot hiding under the covers of my favorite opiate of the masses and, alternately, shouting at traffic.”
“Now le'see, wha's a quickest approach home fo a flattering li'l thing similar to you? Hmmm.”
“He smiled graciously, his li'l porcine eyes tinkling merrily from upon top of a mug he had lifted to his face ...”
“Flashier than Anthony's li'l removing behind during a bad guy, that's for sure!”
“PM: Yeah, even "Earth: The Story So Far" is performed by li'l ol' me and a computer made of straw.”
“For the last few years I became very invovled in local politics, and in 2004, was able to stop a Redevelopment project that would've destroyed our li'l beach town of Leucadia.”
“So I'm writing this, particularly the struggle between Kai, who is a delicate li'l girl, and one particular orderly (although others pile on near the end).”
“This story from li'l ol 'Lake Oswego will doubtlessly make waves around the globe.”
“The chief executive of one of the biggest shopping centre operators in the US recently descended on li'l ol 'Cheltenham – hardly a fashion mecca, but the location of Superdry HQ – to urge founder and chief executive Julian Dunkerton to rent some space in his mall.”
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