- adj. childish, informal tiny
- adj. (used informally) very small
“The template doesn't actually do the Sudoko for you, of course; It's just supposed to be an alternative to pencilling in teensy numerals on the grid and then trying to erase errors w/o ripping the paper and making a big mess.”
“P. S Nico – If you call the teensy Kilmeade/Levin exchange an “on-air scuffle”, you have obviously never been in or seen a “scuffle””
“Lately, it seems I'm either at work, asleep, or on the phone with my current * ahem* love interest .. who is a sweetie but calls a teensy bit too much.”
“The results will surprise you and make you just a teensy bit angry when next the politicians start talking about Stage 3/4/etc. water restrictions for domestic users.”
“Your description reminded me a teensy bit of the Anne Perry book “Face of a Stranger,” which is of course nothing like the McGrath book in subject, but has a similar theme of the main character haunted by a past just out of his line of sight.”
“Hawk second question for our teensy weensy mini debate:”
“Hawk, cum on now, if we are going to have a teensy weensy mini debate we have to have time limits, you have to answer my question within a minute of me asking it, you big adorable lug.”
“She just says that it is to stamp out any teensy tiny remaining bastion of liberal thought this side of the Ronnie Reagan years.”
“The teensy power providers could eventually provide electricity for devices like watches, pacemakers and wireless sensors that monitor infrastructure.”
“Will this teensy loss leader be enough to make any kind of impact?”
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