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- adj. Very small; minuscule.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. very small; tiny.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (used informally) very small
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A tiny, tiny itsy-bitsy little part of the problem, for sure, but I'm in there doing my bit to destroy their business model.
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The itsy-bitsy spider kept climbing up the water spout and getting washed out, again and again.
If you are feeling stuck or lacking courage, if you feel like the itsy-bitsy spider on a rainy day, post these words of Dr. Seuss on your bathroom mirror or tape them to your desk:
"These itsy-bitsy headlines will push things up or down," but within a tight range, said Steven Englander , global head of G-10 foreign exchange strategy at Citigroup in New York.
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"Summer centipede," I said when his fingers crawled up my bra like itsy-bitsy spider.
Covered with domed plastic lids and containing itsy-bitsy morsels of chocolate fudge, frosted brownies, cream cheese covered, carrot cake with that perfect little orange carrot on top, or perhaps a one-inch square of the most cunning coconut cake?
So here I am writing you for advice because my whole world feels like it is crumbling into a million itsy-bitsy pieces.
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