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
The beauty mogul revealed the full name of her daughter on Tuesday in a sweet Instagram post of the proud mom’s thumb held in Stormi’s tiny hand.
And all the while, bags are a tiny subset of the plastics industry. Sacks and bags made of ethylene represented less than 10 percent of plastics imported into the U.S. in 2016, according to the Plastics Industry Association.
Five-year-old Cayleigh Hinton of Winthrop Harbor stepped out of a black limousine shining like a movie star, in shoes that sparkled, a cape around her blue party dress and a yellow corsage on her tiny left wrist.
Each bird is fitted with a light and a bell, as well as a tiny backpack loaded with a GPS tracker.
The tiny coffee shop welcomes pets, and the drinks have names like Puppy Love and Salty Old Dog.
The significance of Wednesday morning’s moment seemed lost on Nayeli Bush-Mitchell, who was wearing a tiny red top with the logo of the University of Georgia.
Every night, Wren works to wrest her tiny arms from the swaddle.
The fun, raucous evening was a fundraiser for the soon to be tiniest hearts in the hospital who will be patients in the hospital's neonatal ward that is slated for opening soon.
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Origin and Etymology of tiny
First Known Use: 1598See Words from the same year
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
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