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See also: teeny weeny


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teeny +‎ weeny


teeny-weeny (comparative teeny-weenier, superlative teeny-weeniest)

  1. (colloquial, often childish or humorous) Very small; tiny; minuscule.
    • 1855, Frank Forester, “The Wigwam in the Wilderness”, in W.C. Bryant et al, editor, Graham's American monthly magazine of literature, art, and fashion[1], volume 47, page 321:
      And she was allus a making teeny-weeny little night caps and flannel shirts...
    • 1855, Which : the right, or the left?[2], page 500:
      "... Why, you were a little, teeny, weeny fellow then — the brightest and lovingest in all Enfield!"