Slight and Tiny

Slight

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Slight adjective – Of a size that is less than average.
Usage example: the slight youth packed a surprisingly solid punch

Tiny is a synonym for slight in small topic. In some cases you can use "Tiny" instead an adjective "Slight".
Nearby Words: slightly, slighted, slighting, slightingly
Synonyms for Slight

Tiny

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Tiny adjective – Very small in size.
Slight is a synonym for tiny in very small topic. Sometimes you can use "Slight" instead an adjective "Tiny".
Synonyms for Tiny

Things that words describes

girl slight girl tiny girl
man slight man tiny man
amount slight amount tiny amount
chance slight chance tiny chance
Other nouns: bit, hole, version.

Both words in one sentence

  • Video Game / Forza Fragile Speedster: Small cars like the Lotus Elan and Mazda Miata offer extremely good handling, but they're tiny and slight nudges can cause them to spin out.
  • Perhaps Bob demands an apology for some tiny or imagined slight, and Alice just can't resist explaining how it's all his fault, instead.
  • When Goscinny wouldn't let him draw Asterix as one, insisting on having him be a tiny, slight Guile Hero, Uderzo insisted that he needed a friend who was a big burly warrior, and Goscinny reluctantly agreed.
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