- n. Alternative form of smidgen.
- n. a tiny or scarcely detectable amount
“While it can be argued that make sex too-taboo of a topic can hamper the spread of information, in 10 – 16 year-olds, giving that hyperactive brain region a chance to relax a smidge is more likely to be helpful.”
“You know, when I have to waste a paragraph explaining how you stand condemmed by your own statements, it detracts a smidge from the victory.”
“(You know, when I have to waste a paragraph explaining how you stand condemmed by your own statements, it detracts a smidge from the victory.”
“You can also maneuver left or right a smidge, which is useful for avoiding environmental hazards or smashing objects to collect the rings that serve as Sonic's hit points.”
“And they had no trouble mesmerizing a sold-out house through a 45-minute set of music that at times recalled a smidge of Jack Johnson in flavor and composition, but even more the historic Carter Family.”
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“The current coupon spread nudged a "smidge" tighter, 1 basis point in at 150 basis points over a blend of five-year and 10-year Treasurys.”
“I wouldn’t put anything on it personally, but you could probably sneak a smidge of butter or a drizzle of honey onto each slice before eating if you wanted to.”
“But a 10% do-over feels a smidge excessive (a "smidge" being roughly equivalent to 5 to 7%), even to a double-dip girl.”
“I drink water with a "smidge" of lemon juice and a bit of sweetener, usually stevia or splenda.”
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