[ UK /wˈiːnzi/ ]
  1. (used informally) very small
    a wee tot
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How To Use weensy In A Sentence

  • But think of this as your new, ultra-on trend teensy-weensy handbag and you'll see our logic. Times, Sunday Times
  • The crab, which eats away at riverbanks, clogs water intake pipes and is considered too teensy-weensy to make for an enjoyable human snack, can trek 500 kilometres from its salt water spawning grounds and could easily inhabit our river.
  • He did, however, have one more teensy-weensy problem: the title.
  • When she stopped to think about it, she wondered if she was being just a teensy-weensy bit wasteful. E Is for Environment
  • 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. Think Progress » Virginians Buck Far-Right Policies Of McDonnell And Cuccinelli
  • Please sir, could you please make a teensy-weensy exception?
  • Erickson is a big southern fat boy with a teensy-weensy wee wee, hence all his anger. Think Progress » Erickson: I’ll ‘pull out my wife’s shotgun’ if someone comes to my door for the American Community Survey.
  • So I asked myself—is there any reason at all in the whole universe to think that Shakespeare might be even a teensy-weensy bit better than Michael Jackson? Who's Better: Michael Jackson or Shakespeare?
  • The women had on teensy- weensy bikinis, and one of the guys was standing on the bow, and then he jumped in the bay and swam around the boat.
  • And that it really had just been “an ever so teensy-weensy gigantic explosion.” Bubble in the Bathtub
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