from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Informal Tiny.
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- adj. Very small; tiny; miniscule.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (used informally) very small
In honor of Belgium's most famous, non-waffle export Jean-Claude Van Damme, Racers strip down into itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny bikinis, slather on tanning lotion, and strike some bodybuilding poses in the most muscle-tastic task ever.
At last, the teeny-weeny bikini I've been looking for!
Even the Dems, with their little, teeny-weeny, spend-happy brains, realize that this health care bill costs too much for our country to handle.
So I wonder if Dumb and Dumber really would think that they can get votes to win over Prez O? … a little teeny-weeny reminder that Prez O got OVER 69,000,000 (yes, 69 MILLION VOTES) votes.
A teeny-weeny PSP screen will only give me eye strain.
We try to emphasize that the show is teeny-weeny compared to SPX, MoCCA, APE, DragonCon, Sunnyville Pie Bake-Off, and that its space is in the second story of a bar.
Any teeny-weeny hint when we might look forward to their book?
If an adult bathing suit costs between $200 and $265, the teeny-weeny matching kid's outfit goes for a not inconsiderable $110 to $140.
HUIZENGA: Actually, it's a five-movement symphony that plays off just a single teeny-weeny microchip.
True, the panty liner has a transparent adhesive film that makes it easier to custom-attach to thong underwear (ironically, just as that particular underwear fad seems to be dying down) and the tampon has an interesting lock-and-load action that makes it vaguely resemble a teeny-weeny assault weapon.
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