Examples of teensy in a Sentence
for years we lived in a teensy apartment that was the size of the proverbial broom closet
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Accessorized to the hilt with several diamond and aquamarine David Webb necklaces, a teensy train case, a Stalvey bag, and a matching pair of Manolo Blahnik high heel sandals, the outfit was arresting.
An automaker in some other state could meet its ostensibly looser rules on pay, overtime or rest periods and pass California’s scrutiny, while Tesla could fall just a teensy bit short on California’s rules and get a black mark.
The result is the ideal manicure for people with teensy-tiny knots and no room in their bag for a real brush or comb.
Forget the teensy purses; with its eye-catching texture and go-with-anything color, West’s supersize bag is almost certain to inspire copycats and start a trend of its own.
Saturday, Fleisher Art Memorial, 719 Catharine St., $9, thesecretcinema.com Sudsy pints and teensy plants are set to converge at the PHS South Street Beer Garden this Monday as Beaucycled takes over the outdoor space with a DIY succulent workshop.
The minuscule house features a tiled roof, seven windows, a door and a teensy chimney.
These days, the ISPs are getting just a teensy bit worried; given their storied strength, that's good news.
Just as conspicuous: her teensy, tiny yellow purse.
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Definition of teensy for English Language Learners
: very small
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