mite[ mahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF mite
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MITE
"It's not the least mite I'm blaming you, honey," said Katy.
An' you needn't, dear; for nothin' between us is changed a mite.
I'll take one of 'em, if you say so, or I'll own it don't make a mite o' difference whose they be.
"Don't you worry one mite about me," she replied, in an even voice.
I shouldn't wonder a mite if you'd got some o' them stomach troubles along with your cold.
"You go an' git him a mite o' water," whispered Dilly, when they had finished.
John doesn't know she came—Amelia never makes a mite of trouble!
If they had been boys, they might have been some use on her mite of a farm.
You go back to school, like a sensible girl, and don't you worry a mite.
You're always sailin' into me if I stretch a yarn the least mite.