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li tuh ler

  • s  small or little relative to something else
  • a  limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent
  • a  (quantifier used with mass nouns) small in quantity or degree; not much or almost none or (with `a') at least some
  • s  (of children and animals) young, immature
  • s  (informal) small and of little importance
  • s  (of a voice) faint
  • a  low in stature; not tall
  • s  lowercase
  • s  small in a way that arouses feelings (of tenderness or its opposite depending on the context)

  • And as it turned out, you are even littler than you were before.
  • If it was hard and dull and didn't pay much, it was good for you, and the harder and duller and littler it paid, the more respectable it must be.
  • Nearly six feet tall, weighing 188 pounds, with airplane shoulders and a tri-motor voice, big of hands and feet and manner, he had always dominated littler men.
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  • Dorothy Stang in Forbes
    I'm concerned there's a different climate in the courtroom than at the earlier trials. Obviously, it's easier to take down the littler guys, the gunmen. But it's obvious this guy (Moura) has money and power and he's not afraid,Stang said....
  • Marc Bulger in Belleville News Democrat
    He has got some juice to him,Rams quarterback Marc Bulger said of Amendola's receiving ability. "Littler guy, but he's quick and he was in there with the (starters) on a couple plays today, and he made a big play. I think he will help us...
  • Bastian Schweinsteiger in Scotland on Sunday
    I hate to see our opponents create chances,says the man known as Schweini. "If you play in the World Cup, you also want to win the tournament. The fact that a lot of us know each other well from Bayern makes it perhaps a littler simpler....

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