Definition of teeny
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
Rich imperial stouts sooth away those final snow storms, and Guinness practically runs in the streets of any town feeling the teeniest bit Irish.
The brand has announced the launch of an adorable, teeny-tiny diaper line for premature babies: Huggies Little Snuggler Nano Preemie Diapers.
The house had the smallest kitchen imaginable and teeny, tiny windows.
There weren’t that many teeny little white guys at our school.
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Origin and Etymology of teeny
First Known Use: 1825See Words from the same year
TEENY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of teeny for English Language Learners
: very small
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