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little ones

noun as in young

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O daughter of Babylon… Happy shall he be, that taketh and dasheth thy little ones against the stones.

Up it would come like Old Faithful, and then two or three more little ones.

The danger which troubled my husband was that war might be started not so much by the big men as by the little ones.

If only in the future the big men can continue to make the little ones sit down and talk, before they start to fight.

Banks have stopped failing—only four little ones so far this year have gone under.

We are apt to think of these little ones as doing right only when under compulsion: but this is far from the truth.

But ma she tells him 't a man 't never does anything else might as well talk big words as little ones.

I don't know, Ethel; I think great things can't be good unless they stand on a sure foundation of little ones.

Then all went to tea, leaving Margaret to have a visit from the little ones under charge of nurse.

But I think they were brave birds to take such good care of their little ones.


On this page you'll find 286 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to little one, such as: bairn, child, infant, newborn, and suckling.

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