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noun as in bambino

noun as in milquetoast

noun as in smattering

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Example Sentences

For each grasp, they shifted either the object or grabber just a tad.

It takes us out of ourselves, just for a bit, and returns us with—hopefully—a tad more perspective and peace.

It may be an impossible job but a good biopic — especially at this luxurious length — should leave you with a tad more insight.

Although the experimental sauce didn’t go down particularly well with Venezuelan customers, some of whom told Araujo it was a tad too sweet, it was an instant hit among most other diners like myself.

From Eater

Joe Sutter is 93 now, silver-haired and moving a tad more slowly than he would like, but still pugnacious and sharp of tongue.

Onscreen, Teller is a bit like a young Vince Vaughn—gregarious, charming, and a tad suspicious.

Even so, I feel a tad guilty to be depriving him of the opportunity.

When a 16-year-old takes on that wide-eyed, touched-for-the-very-first-time role, it all comes off as a tad more…juvenile.

Because we know she was once a tad more regular, and she feels like an old friend, and we watched her become who she is today.

This reasoning displeased the dwarfs, and one of them named Tad denounced it with much indignation.

Me and his daddy was--was together when he died; and you used to sit on Wash's knee when you was a little tad.

He looked down the stairs and saw Tom and Tad Sobber near a landing, having a wordy quarrel.

More than this, he had caught Tad Sobber in a falsehood only the day before.

As they looked into the place they saw Tad Sobber reach over the counter and catch the girl clerk by her curls.


On this page you'll find 160 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tad, such as: babe, chick, child, kid, toddler, and youngster.

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