trifle

[ trahy-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF trifle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRIFLE

They thought their own habits and customs just a trifle better than those of anybody else.

Grace's laugh sounded a trifle shaky, but it was a laugh nevertheless.

The next thing was to borrow a trifle of what was passing through his hands.

Any trifle will serve—a purse of gold, or even a jewelled goblet.

She was a trifle subdued, with a puzzled look in her blue eyes.

If he really meant to back the horse he would not have started with such a trifle.

He merely carried that bug-catcher nonsense a trifle too far.

In the unlimited power of her magnetism, what a trifle she had asked of him!

Linda realized that she had overdone her disinterestedness a trifle.

Had she got the rouge a trifle brighter on one cheek than on the other?

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