weeny

[ US /ˈwini/ ]
[ UK /wˈiːni/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (used informally) very small
    a wee tot
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How To Use weeny In A Sentence

  • With Claire standing, facing her mom, and me sitting, and in an itty-bitty, teeny-weeny kids-size chair, my arm started to get all strained.
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  • My weeny merguez, resting flaccidly on couscous, franked the inoffensiveness form, while another, fatter nine quid banger, "the Beaujolaise" – an amalgam of pork, mushroom, onion and bacon – seemed less a sausage than a loose coalition struggling to coexist amicably under the one skin. Restaurant: Bar Boulud, London SW1
  • Naturally, there were some teeny-weeny faults with the car.
  • This store was selling little weeny teeny digital cameras, about the size of a matchbox.
  • And it's all in a teeny weeny eye-straining font.
  • Sexy does not have to mean stockings and suspenders or some feeble excuse for a top, with a teeny, weeny micro skirt.
  • She'd woken to find the tweeny quietly cleaning her grate, and Vane nowhere in sight. A RAKE'S VOW
  • Another tweeny-bopper made for TV movie (this one starring Sterling Knight from Sonny With a Chance) that's like a public scene or someone else's embarrassing moment -- you can't help but watch. Amy Nebens and Jara Negrin: What's on TV, Mom?
  • 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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