- a of or containing tin
- s of very poor quality; flimsy
- s thin and metallic in sound; lacking resonance
an unpleasant tinny voice
- It was loud and it was tinny, but we drove that car across the country three times and it never failed us.
- Today the gangs are involved in the production and sale of methamphetamine, and deal in marijuana through outlets known as tinny houses, named for the tinfoil tubes the drug is .
- But the tiny, tinny CitiCar suffered due to safety concerns it had all the crumple resistance of a beer can and the model didn't outlast the 1970s, where it definitely .
News & Articles
- Pet briefs, June 27, 2013
Tinny relaxes after playing with a lizard. Courtesy Bianca and Oscar Rivera Posted: Wednesday, June 26, 2013 6:00 pm | Updated: 8:09 pm, Wed Jun 26, 2013.
June 27, 2013 - Santa Fe New Mexican
- Adam Ashley-Cooper in Brisbane Times
Definitely, he's a bit cheeky,Cooper said of the 18-year-old, who has overcome stomach cramps to play at Etihad Stadium. "He scores three tries in his run-on debut, that's a bit tinny, so hopefully there's a lot more tries scored this...
- Simon Cowell in Charlotte Observer
After falling short with the Rascal Flatts song "Mayberry," Cowell called his rendition "nondescript, tinny, nasally."
- Peggy Noonan in Buffalo News
In the past two weeks, she has spent her time throwing out tinny lines to crowds she doesn't, really, understand. This is not a leader; this is a follower,Peggy Noonan, who crafted speeches for President Ronald Reagan, wrote recently in the...