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whit

noun as in very tiny bit

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If, after all these years, she possesses any whit of performance anxiety, it has to do only with living up to the legacy of those who showed her the way.

In 1997, Whit Stillman re-created Studio 54 in its ornate lobby for his film The Last Days of Disco.

Have you and Whit wanted to hook up again since The Last Days of Disco?

Two decades on from his masterpiece on anti-Americanism abroad, Whit Stillman remains obsessed with native-expat dynamics.

Even so, the comments were illuminating in that they show that Obama is of no frame of mind to change the current policy a whit.

The tone was set early when Republican pollster Whit Ayers declared that “we are in an epic struggle against secular socialism.”

The rapid spread of the revolt was not a whit less marvelous than its lack of method or cohesion.

Was the second Charles one whit more desirable than the first of that ilk?

The tower in the Grand Place is very fine, and the bricks of which it is built do not yield a whit in color to the best stone.

His flow of speech is incessant; he seems not a whit disconcerted by my evident disinclination to talk.

Isabel's theory of life—for women of her make—had not altered a whit, but the beckoning finger had lost its vigor.

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On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to whit, such as: iota, atom, crumb, dash, drop, and fragment.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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