Thesaurus / smallness
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The males were tolerably good and were known by the smallness of their two fore-claws or feeders.

The proceeds of the sale amounted to about £1000—a large sum, considering the smallness of the farm.

The oppression of the subscriptions is tempered by the smallness of the sum which may satisfy them.

Seven English CitiesWilliam Dean Howells

The smallness of the quantity in currency only heightens the value.

This, with a half-apologetic air, as if to deprecate its smallness, I produced from my pocket and handed to him.

Dead Man's RockSir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

I understand that your objection to me is simply in regard to the smallness and insecurity of my income.

He Knew He Was RightAnthony Trollope

Smallness spells provincialism, and provincialism spells smallness.

They would alight upon their tentacles, fold their wings to a smallness almost rod-like, and hop into the interior.

Tales of Space and TimeHerbert George Wells

On account of the smallness of the house the knock certainly must have been heard, but there was no response.

Frank and FearlessHoratio Alger Jr.

Their smallness emphasized the vastness of the plain, which was beginning to have a stimulating effect on her mind.

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