itsy-bitsy

Small vs Itsy-bitsy - What's the difference?

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Small is a related term of itsy-bitsy.


As a proper noun small

is .

As an adjective itsy-bitsy is

(colloquial|often|childish|or|humorous) very small; minuscule.

Cramped vs Itsy-bitsy - What's the difference?

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Cramped is a related term of itsy-bitsy.


As adjectives the difference between cramped and itsy-bitsy

is that cramped is uncomfortably restricted in size, or financially while itsy-bitsy is (colloquial|often|childish|or|humorous) very small; minuscule.

As a verb cramped

is (cramp).

Runt vs Itsy-bitsy - What's the difference?

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Runt is a related term of itsy-bitsy.


As a noun runt

is the smallest animal of a litter, or,.

As an adjective itsy-bitsy is

(colloquial|often|childish|or|humorous) very small; minuscule.

Little vs Itsy-bitsy - What's the difference?

Little | itsy-bitsy | Synonyms |

Little is a synonym of itsy-bitsy.


As a proper noun Little

is .

As an adjective itsy-bitsy is

(colloquial|often|childish|or|humorous) very small; minuscule.

Miniature vs Itsy-bitsy - What's the difference?

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Miniature is a related term of itsy-bitsy.


As adjectives the difference between miniature and itsy-bitsy

is that miniature is smaller than normal while itsy-bitsy is (colloquial|often|childish|or|humorous) very small; minuscule.

As a noun miniature

is greatly diminished size or form; reduced scale.

As a verb miniature

is to make smaller than normal; to reproduce in miniature.

Dinky vs Itsy-bitsy - What's the difference?

dinky | itsy-bitsy | Related terms |

Dinky is a related term of itsy-bitsy.


As adjectives the difference between dinky and itsy-bitsy

is that dinky is (informal|british) tiny and cute; small and attractive while itsy-bitsy is (colloquial|often|childish|or|humorous) very small; minuscule.

As an acronym dinky

is double income, no kids yet said of a relationship.

Exiguous vs Itsy-bitsy - What's the difference?

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Exiguous is a related term of itsy-bitsy.


As adjectives the difference between exiguous and itsy-bitsy

is that exiguous is scanty; meager while itsy-bitsy is (colloquial|often|childish|or|humorous) very small; minuscule.

Itsy-bitsy vs Slight - What's the difference?

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Itsy-bitsy is a related term of slight.


As adjectives the difference between itsy-bitsy and slight

is that itsy-bitsy is (colloquial|often|childish|or|humorous) very small; minuscule while slight is small, weak or gentle; not decidedly marked; not forcible; inconsiderable; unimportant; insignificant; not severe.

As a verb slight is

to treat as slight or not worthy of attention, to make light of.

As a noun slight is

the act of slighting; a deliberate act of neglect or discourtesy.

Limited vs Itsy-bitsy - What's the difference?

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Limited is a related term of itsy-bitsy.


As adjectives the difference between limited and itsy-bitsy

is that limited is with certain (often specified) limits placed upon it while itsy-bitsy is (colloquial|often|childish|or|humorous) very small; minuscule.

As a verb limited

is (limit).

Diminutive vs Itsy-bitsy - What's the difference?

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Diminutive is a related term of itsy-bitsy.


As adjectives the difference between diminutive and itsy-bitsy

is that diminutive is very small while itsy-bitsy is (colloquial|often|childish|or|humorous) very small; minuscule.

As a noun diminutive

is (grammar) a word form expressing smallness, youth, unimportance, or endearment.

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