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We poor creatures can find out only the tiniest bit about existence.

"It sucks in its food through the tiniest holes in its leaves," he answered.

The grasping portion of it could only encircle the tiniest twigs.

On the contrary, he was the tiniest frog that Mrs. Ladybug had ever seen.

He began laying dry grasses and the tiniest twigs on the flame.

She was smiling, and gave the tiniest shrug of her shoulders.

And the question was, how to give her even the tiniest lead.

In the tiniest, noisiest noon his spirit is flooded with the stars.

There's everything you can think of in it, down to the tiniest cups and saucers.

"I've a notion to call the Tiniest One Evangeline," she mused.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1400, tyne "very small," perhaps from tine.

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