Examples of tad in a Sentence
there's more than just a tad of hyperbole in the critics' praise for the promising young pianist
grandfather never tires of telling us about the days when he was just a tad
Recent Examples of tad from the Web
Which is why some may be a tad concerned that Cox is planning to take a multi-day trip to Alabama this week.
Bhatt's Pip, while perhaps a tad too understated at times, moves through the character's changing circumstances with a palpable and convincing air of self-consciousness.
Perhaps Wissahickon track coach Floyd Garis sensed his junior triple jumper, Ahmir Johnson, was a tad nervous.
If anything, the ride quality feels a tad too firm for the class.
WIRED: interesting puzzles, solid voice acting and music, a fun experience both on the single- and multi-player ends TIRED: short playtime, rather dated graphics While the Wii version may be a tad on the easy side,
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Origin and Etymology of tad
probably from English dialect, toad, from Middle English tode — more at toad
First Known Use: circa 1877
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