Examples of smidgen in a Sentence
I'll just have a smidgen of ice cream.
the maid cleaned the house until there wasn't even a smidgen of dust left
Recent Examples of smidgen from the Web
And Daisy Ridley was a smidgen Sixties in metallic Prada.
These facilities struggle to provide even a smidgen of personal autonomy.
Frémont, for his part, got a third of the popular vote, all but a smidgen of it in the North, winning a total of 11 states.
Any higher, the theory goes, a competitor could cut the price a smidgen, sell another unit and profit.
Estimates of the amount in fact emitted by the time of the Paris agreement were a smidgen over 2trn tonnes, and annual emissions at the moment are almost 40bn tonnes.
Shunnarah hopes his dishes bring a smidgen of Palestine to Birmingham.
Yet these aides are poorly trained, and their national median wage is only a smidgen more than $10 an hour.
Ten-year Treasury yields stood at 2.222 percent, and gold was a smidgen higher.
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Origin and Etymology of smidgen
First Known Use: 1845See Words from the same year
ace, bit, crumb, dab, dram, driblet, glimmer, hint, lick, little, mite, nip, ounce, particle, peanuts, ray, scintilla, scruple, shade, shadow, shred, smack, snap, spark, spatter, speck, splash, spot, sprinkling, strain, streak, suspicion, tad, touch, trace;
abundance, barrel, boatload, bucket, bundle, bushel, deal, fistful, gobs, heaps, loads, lot, mass, mess, mountain, much, oodles, passel, peck, pile, plenty, potful, profusion, quantity, raft, reams, scads, stack, wad, wealth;
drop in the bucket;
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