slight

[ slahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF slight

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SLIGHT

"He was probably afraid to tell you," said Halbert, with a slight sneer.

A free ticket was given to Robert in return for some slight service.

Mrs. Rushton was pleased with this mark of attention, and after a slight demur, accepted.

Celine stared, resting no slight weight on the hot flat-iron.

Robert glanced at Halbert's figure, slight compared with his own, and laughed.

I will drop you a slight hint, which you had better bear in mind.

She was almost in; it was only a slight dizziness, yet she could not see the light-house.

Yet the effort she made, and with success, to restrain the show of her anger, was far from slight.

For the first time, Mary was moved to the display of a slight confusion.

A slight noise had caught his ear, he had stooped, listening.

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