little[ lit-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF little
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I could see she was annoyed and a little worried, because he was past taking notice.
The laughter and talk were as little subdued as the scheme of the rooms.
I'm forty-two and not so much of a fool that I ain't a little bit of a physician.
The little truffled French sausages aroused his better nature.
Give your heart up to it, as a little child led by its mother's hand!
Not a blamed thing but a lot of stubs in a check-book, and a little fat.
Might it not be well to ease up a little after he's out there?
"I thought I would come and tell you," said Halbert, coloring a little.
Little Dennet came running down after them with two pinks in her hands.
"You will find my father in his office," she said, looking a little disappointed.