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tiny

 

The word "tiny" is an adjective that describes something very, very small:

  • They have a tiny apartment.
  • A Smart car looks tiny compared to other cars.
  • Roberto has a chihuahua named Brutus. He's so tiny!
  • Maria and Edgar live in a tiny house.
  • She has just a tiny bit of work to finish.
  • Can I have just a teeny-tiny piece of cake? (The word "teeny" is related to "tiny." Sometimes you will hear these two words used together: teeny tiny)

tiny eiffel tower It looks as though he has a tiny Eiffel Tower in his hand.

 

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Published on June 16, 2014.

 

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