- very small; minute; wee.
Origin of tiny
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Examples from the Web for tiniest
We had the tiniest possible ceremony: just us and two friends.Sarah Waters: Queen of the Tortured Lesbian Romance
September 30, 2014
There are the teensiest, tiniest glimmers of light in the aftermath of this horror.Jada, Steubenville, And How America Is Failing Our Teen Girls
July 11, 2014
But everything in Abbudin feels willfully generic, as if even the tiniest hint of specificity might give offense.Generic and Superficial ‘Tyrant’ Amerisplains the Middle East
June 25, 2014
Already we have a system in which Congress is dependent upon the tiniest fraction of the 1% to fund its campaigns.Originalists Making It Up Again: McCutcheon and ‘Corruption’
April 2, 2014
And the tiniest drop of rabid-like, yet cuddleable black cat.Lifetime’s ‘Witches of East End’ Is the Ultimate Witch Show
November 21, 2013
We poor creatures can find out only the tiniest bit about existence.The Adventures of Maya the Bee
"It sucks in its food through the tiniest holes in its leaves," he answered.At the Back of the North Wind
The grasping portion of it could only encircle the tiniest twigs."Wee Tim'rous Beasties"
On the contrary, he was the tiniest frog that Mrs. Ladybug had ever seen.The Tale of Mrs. Ladybug
Arthur Scott Bailey
He began laying dry grasses and the tiniest twigs on the flame.Lost Face
- very small; minute
Word Origin and History for tiniest
c.1400, tyne "very small," perhaps from tine.