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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishteenytee‧ny /ˈtiːni/ adjective informal  SMALLvery small syn tiny I was just a teeny bit disappointed.
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teenyBut in reality, seat-side service is only feasible for those with teeny appetites and an inordinate amount of patience.In 1973, I was living in Dublin in a teeny bedsit with three other women.It is, after all, in their joint interest to seem at least a teeny bit above the fray.Gritty steam engines, not teeny chips, hauled the world into the information age.It's wood with a teeny metal bit at the end and red feathers.On this occasion, however, there was a teeny problem.
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