Examples of teeny in a Sentence
I'll just have a teeny piece of cake.
I'm a teeny bit upset.
Recent Examples of teeny from the Web
The Wands for Wildlife program repurposes used mascara wants to serve as teeny tiny brushes for the animals in their care.
Remember teeny little Zora from Disney Channel's Sonny with a Chance?
The social media star posted posted a full-bod selfie snapped in her hotel bathroom, looking beach-ready in a very teeny red string swim suit by Chanel.
Rich imperial stouts sooth away those final snow storms, and Guinness practically runs in the streets of any town feeling the teeniest bit Irish.
Look at those teeny tiny fingers wrapped around her mom's perfect nails!
An upside-down metal V with two teeny wheels, the Urb-E is foldable and light enough to carry.
Happy birthday to my not so baby sister but always the teeniest to tiniest to me, @noahcyrus !
There’s another poodle, too – a teeny imaginary pooch played by a spritely Gracie Paff, who accompanies an ever-so-elegant Clara (Salome Isabel Tregre) though her adventure.
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TEENY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of teeny for English Language Learners
: very small
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