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mite

noun as in tiny bit

noun as in small insect

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If you happen to be under or near these oak trees, those mites may land on you and bite.

When the mites drop from trees, they usually land on the upper body, leaving bites on your neck, shoulders or chest.

The neural net learned to iteratively improve at classifying and identifying various objects—for instance, a mite, a mushroom, a motor scooter, a Madagascar cat.

I still keep pictures on my cell phone of my face mites so that I can show them to people.

There are two species of little eight-legged mites that live on all of our faces — and elsewhere on our bodies, by the way.

How eagerly she looks forward to pay day, for that little mite means so much at home.

Not the greatest tragedy in the world, perhaps, but a mite sad.

OPEC meets in Vienna on Friday, a meeting that will, according to the Wall Street Journal, be a mite testy.

Predicting Palestinian genocide of Jews under a one-state solution is a mite farfetched, I would submit.

This made him look a mite desperate and distinctly unpresidential.

One would not have wanted her white neck a mite less full or her beautiful arms more slender.

To think,” said the younger Englishwoman to her sister, “of this wee mite travelling about in an open motor!

Them's ther very words I heered him say, 'n' I wuzn't ennythin' but a mite, but I didn't furgit it.

The itch-mite (Acarus scabiei) and the louse (Pediculus capitis, corporis, vel pubis) are the more common members of the group.

I own a mite of land along the railroad, Johnnie, but you buy all the rest from the falls to the station.

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On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mite, such as: particle, speck, atom, bit, iota, and minim.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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