1. (used informally) very small
    a wee tot
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How To Use teeny-weeny In A Sentence

  • They are pukka and top drawer, but with a teeny-weeny, alternative streak.
  • He makes himself out to be a real man's man but melts at the sight of his coworkers babies, making comments such as ‘look at how teeny-weeny those fingernails are!’
  • 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. Think Progress » Palin: Palin-Bachmann 2012 ticket ‘sounds kind of cool.’
  • He insists that her veins were swimming merrily with a drug called Nembutal, which would have made the superstar a teeny-weeny bit too unconscious to go about fiddling with those pesky tubes. SLACKERJACK – Superstar Chefs
  • 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. You can’t do FLUKE in 45 minutes | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment
  • Next to this small area was an itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny bathroom.
  • At last, the teeny-weeny bikini I've been looking for! April Daniels Hussar: Push Up Bikinis For 8-Year-Olds Don't Scare Me As Much As Other Parents
  • But Bunny whispered to Quoyle, ``Apricots look like little teeny-weeny behinds, Dad. THE SHIPPING NEWS
  • Naturally, there were some teeny-weeny faults with the car.
  • A teeny-weeny PSP screen will only give me eye strain. Will PSP get more comics content? | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment
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