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small fry

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsmall fryˈsmall fry noun [uncountable]  people or things that are not important when compared to other people or things There’s no point in arresting the small fry.
Examples from the Corpus
small fryFeeders are small fry, though they're well paid if the ransom's high.Well, the reader may say, he's small fry, an easy target.The Army seemed very small fry in comparison.We were small fry compared with them.
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