petite

Peat vs Petite - What's the difference?

peat | petite |


As a proper noun peat

is .

As an adjective petite is

.

Minuscule vs Petite - What's the difference?

minuscule | petite |


As adjectives the difference between minuscule and petite

is that minuscule is written in minuscules, lower-case while petite is .

As a noun minuscule

is a lower-case letter.

Exiguous vs Petite - What's the difference?

exiguous | petite |


As adjectives the difference between exiguous and petite

is that exiguous is scanty; meager while petite is .

Petite vs Puny - What's the difference?

petite | puny |


As adjectives the difference between petite and puny

is that petite is while puny is of inferior size, strength or significance.

As a noun puny is

(obsolete) a new pupil at a school etc; a junior student.

Petite vs Misses - What's the difference?

petite | misses |


As an adjective petite

is .

As a noun misses is

or misses can be (mrs).

As a verb misses is

(miss).

Petite vs Undersized - What's the difference?

petite | undersized |


As adjectives the difference between petite and undersized

is that petite is while undersized is below the usual or expected size.

Loli vs Petite - What's the difference?

loli | petite |


As a noun loli

is (informal).

As an adjective petite is

.

Punny vs Petite - What's the difference?

punny | petite |


As adjectives the difference between punny and petite

is that punny is involving the use of a pun while petite is .

Dwarf vs Petite - What's the difference?

dwarf | petite | Synonyms |

Dwarf is a synonym of petite.


As adjectives the difference between dwarf and petite

is that dwarf is while petite is .

As a noun dwarf

is (mythology) any member of a race of beings from (especially scandinavian and other germanic) folklore, usually depicted as having some sort of supernatural powers and being skilled in crafting and metalworking, often depicted as short, and sometimes depicted as clashing with elves.

As a verb dwarf

is to render (much) smaller, turn into a dwarf (version).

Slight vs Petite - What's the difference?

slight | petite |


As adjectives the difference between slight and petite

is that slight is small, weak or gentle; not decidedly marked; not forcible; inconsiderable; unimportant; insignificant; not severe while petite is .

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.

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