American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Something that is distinctively smaller than other members of its type or class.
- n. A miniskirt.
- adj. used of women's clothing; very short with hemline above the knee
- n. a very short skirt
- The prefix mini- (from Latin) used as a noun. (Wiktionary)
- From mini-. Sense 2, short for miniskirt. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Magnetic resonance imaging MRI scans have led to another confusing use of the term mini-stroke.”
“The term mini greenhouse can refer to several styles of greenhouse:”
“He has four TVs—including a 46-inch Internet TV and a 37-inch screen in what he called a "mini man cave"—but still prefers a transistor radio and his pair of half-broken headphones.”
“The ECB president asked for the term to be repeated, and then, with raised eyebrows, muttered the word "mini" in a tone of voice suggesting a technical default would be anything but.”
“I am not always in touch with my emotions and sometimes I only know that I am upset when I am halfway through what I call a mini-binge.”
“A few weeks back, I posted what I called a mini-rant after watching Sky business editor Michael Wilson on air and then was directed to go to the Sky News site to respond on their blog.”
“We have a Monday night service, and on Tuesday nights I go to what we call mini-church - a small group, essentially, just a few people who get together and talk about life and study the Bible together.”
“She was in labor with me for 11 hours, so I hope that your mini is a bit more cooperative than I was and that your pain can be minimized!”
“It comes in a few sizes, but the mini is the version you want for perch.”
“Elliott Sober starts by pointing out that ID is formulated as a very modest claim, which he calls mini-ID which states that “complex adaptations that organisms display e.g. the vertebrate eye were crafted by an intelligent designer.””
These user-created lists contain the word ‘mini’.
A marque list for cars--models or companies who've used common words as their name.
My boyfriend and I started this list my Junior or Senior year of High school. It hasn't been added to in a while. It was a list of words that we thought sounded universally cute or had universal as...
Short and cute synonyms for small
Words created by removing the end of a longer or original word. See also Fun with Aphesis.
A selection of English* words ending with a vowel (except "y", "ea", ie", "ee", "oo", "ea", "ou") that is REALLY pronounced.
My favorite English words, by the way.
The good twin of The ...
short, sweet, epic, catchy, sassy, sexy & sizzling.
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