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tiny

adjective ti·ny \ˈtī-nē\

: very small

ti·ni·erti·ni·est

Full Definition of TINY

:  very small or diminutive :  minute
ti·ni·ly \ˈtī-nə-lē\ adverb
ti·ni·ness \ˈtī-nē-nəs\ noun

Examples of TINY

  1. The computer chips were tiny.
  2. He's from a tiny town that you've probably never heard of.
  3. There's just one tiny little problem.
  4. Aren't you even a tiny bit scared?

Origin of TINY

alteration of Middle English tine
First Known Use: 1598

Rhymes with TINY

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