Not large or big; insignificant; few in numbers or size. (adjective)
Young, as a child. (adjective)
Minuscule or lowercase, referring to written letters. (adjective)
this sense?) In a small fashion. (adverb)
In or into small pieces. (adverb)
To a small extent. (adverb)
Any part of something that is smaller or slimmer than the rest, now usually with anatomical reference to the back. (noun)
To make little or less. (verb)
To become small; to dwindle. (verb)
Examples of word small
Â Happy memories include, the small small bed that Rick had when we metÂ…. it was smallÂ…. it was greatÂ…., the lack of hangers, the big screen TV that took my mind off of the past a lot of nights, the hamburgers and cheese and crazy nights of eating dinner at midnightÂ…. it was like being in collegeÂ… never aloneÂ… and much activity.
To form them use two very small coffeespoons or eggspoons, as the quenelles should not be larger than _small_ olives; butter the spoons slightly, and when formed drop each for one or two minutes into boiling pale-colored stock.
_Caution_: If the patient is an infant or small child, blow _small puffs_ of air into him about 20 times a minute.
Children should be fed carefully, and but a small quantity at a time, being particular both for adults and children to use as little _liquid_ as possible; drink water in _small_ quantities, not very cold.
A small tree recognized by its _small round reddish brown buds_ and