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
In response to a couple of articles that were a tad overly pessimistic about our future, climate scientists have stepped in to provide a more realistic perspective about our future.
The masa foundation of each dish was lightly sweet and the chorizo sope was flavorful, if not on the dry side, while the pastor-style pork on our gordita was overcooked along the edges, coming off a tad chewy.
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To be fair, Linio notes that Venezuela currently has an inflation crisis and their exchange rate to the U.S. dollar is incredibly unbalanced, so those numbers are a tad misleading.
Trump seems to be a tad self-conscious about the dissonance between his campaign’s rhetoric about the titans of finance and his administration’s taste in personnel.
Might have made today’s fiscal conditions a tad less dicey.
The Wetumpka location is a tad more casual and its menu is a little less traditional for a steakhouse, Gehman told us.
Grab your hairspray, unbutton your shirt just a tad, and let the '80s electro romance wash over you.
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