Examples of tiny in a Sentence
The computer chips were tiny.
He's from a tiny town that you've probably never heard of.
There's just one tiny little problem.
Aren't you even a tiny bit scared?
Recent Examples of tiny from the Web
When Ice Cube goes to pour milk into the oversized bowl of sugary cereal, only a tiny splash comes out of the carton.
For The Atavist, Matthew Hongoltz-Hetling traces the origins of this tiny town’s highly independent nature and its tense relationship with wildlife.
The eureka moment worked, with the tiny symbol helping to imprint the brand name on consumer tastes.
Gibson’s 1968 is one of only a very tiny handful of pitcher’s seasons with an ERA+ above 250.
The glacier itself spanned some 11 square kilometers—tiny as glaciers go.
And even that news got only a tiny fraction of the Roseanne coverage.
Image After more than three decades managing Starbucks’s growth from a tiny local chain into a global coffee giant, and wading into touchy political topics along the way, Howard D. Schultz is leaving the company.
In the end, Donald Trump couldn’t stand the thought of another tiny crowd.
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astronomical (also astronomic), colossal, cosmic, elephantine, enormous, giant, gigantic, herculean, heroic, huge, immense, mammoth, massive, monster, monstrous, monumental, mountainous, prodigious, titanic, tremendous;
big, bulky, bumper, considerable, extensive, good, goodly, grand, great, gross, handsome, hefty, hulking, jumbo, king-size (or king-sized), large, largish, major, outsize (also outsized), overgrown, overscale (or overscaled), oversize (or oversized), sizable (or sizeable), substantial, super, whacking, whopping;
Synonym Discussion of tiny
- a relatively small backyard
- your pathetic little smile
- diminutive bonsai plants
- a minute amount of caffeine in the soda
- tiny cracks formed in the painting
- a dollhouse with miniature furnishings
TINY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tiny for English Language Learners
: very small
TINY Defined for Kids
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