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synonyms for smallish

  • cramped
  • diminutive
  • undersized
  • Lilliputian
  • babyish
  • bantam
  • brief
  • dinky
  • elfin
  • embryonic
  • fleeting
  • hardly any
  • hasty
  • immature
  • imperceptible
  • inappreciable
  • inconsiderable
  • infant
  • infinitesimal
  • insufficient
  • junior
  • light
  • limited
  • meager
  • microscopic
  • mini
  • miniature
  • minute
  • not big
  • not large
  • peanut
  • petite
  • scant
  • short
  • short-lived
  • shrimpy
  • shriveled
  • skimpy
  • slight
  • small
  • snub
  • sparse
  • stubby
  • stunted
  • teeny
  • tiny
  • toy
  • truncated
  • undeveloped
  • wee
  • wizened
  • young

antonyms for smallish

MOST RELEVANT
  • big
  • huge
  • large
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How to use smallish in a sentence

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They hadn’t secured the proper clearances and the publicist had overhyped the smallish to-do as way more than it was.
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Their lives had crossed through their political work and, because Waterloo is still a smallish town, their relatives had shared a room in the same nursing home.
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At that time, I was writing to a smallish community of about 3,000 readers.
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Originally it had been two smallish houses: the two front doors still remained side by side, but only one was used.
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He was a smallish man, well rounded, pleasant-faced, and inordinately proud of his name.
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He was a smallish, springy, firm-faced man, devotee of the lady bearing his name and wielding him.
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He put his hand into another capacious pocket, and drew forth a smallish, glass box.
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There was another bear in Labrador—a smallish, rusty-coated, broad-headed, crafty cousin of the ordinary American black bear.
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WORDS RELATED TO SMALLISH

  • baby
  • bantam
  • dainty
  • delicate
  • diminutive
  • elfin
  • little
  • miniature
  • minikin
  • slight
  • smallish
  • tiny
  • wee
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.