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pocket–size

adjective pock·et–size \ˈpä-kət-ˌsīz\

: small enough to be carried in a pocket

Full Definition of POCKET-SIZE

1
:  of a size convenient for carrying in the pocket
2
:  small

Variants of POCKET-SIZE

pock·et–size also pock·et–sized \-ˌsīzd\

First Known Use of POCKET-SIZE

1907

Related to POCKET-SIZE

Synonyms
bantam, diminutive, dinky, dwarfish, fine, half-pint, Lilliputian, little, pint-size (or pint-sized), pocket, pocket-size (also pocket-sized), puny, pygmy, shrimpy, slight, smallish, subnormal, toylike, undersized (also undersize)
Antonyms
big, biggish, considerable, goodly, grand, great, handsome, husky, king-size (or king-sized), large, largish, outsize (also outsized), overscale (or overscaled), oversize (or oversized), sizable (or sizeable), substantial, tidy, whacking, whopping

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