Large and Teeny


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Large adjective – Of a size greater than average of its kind.
Usage example: he was hungry, so he ordered the large pizza

Teeny is an antonym for large in big topic.
Nearby Words: largely, largeness, largish
Antonyms for Large


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Teeny adjective – Very small in size.
Usage example: had to look closely to see the teeny splinter in her foot

Large is an antonym for teeny in small topic.
Nearby Words: teen, teener
Antonyms for Teeny
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woman large woman teeny woman
role large role teeny role
knife large knife teeny knife

Both words in one sentence

  • New Transfer Student Kurumi, Ellen and Hime wrote their names large, Tsubomi wrote hers teeny-tiny, Tsubomi and Miyuki suffered Stage Fright, Ellen passed out from lack of sleep and Hime passed out from sheer fright.
  • They went through the same hoop-jumping with Lily (having her holding large objects or playing the guitar for her students on many occasions) but teeny-tiny Alyson Hannigan blew up to the size of a house (which is quite hard to miss in "The Front Porch") and evidently they gave up.
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Teeny and Large. (2016). Retrieved 2021, April 18, from
Large & Teeny. N.p., 2016. Web. 18 Apr. 2021. <>.
Teeny or Large. 2016. Accessed April 18, 2021.

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