Origin of petite
OTHER WORDS FROM petitepe·tite·ness, noun
Words nearby petite
How to use petite in a sentence
ZulayThe Zulay Original Milk Frother certainly is petite, but don’t let that deceive you about its power.
While not designed for big lawns, those living in townhouses will love this petite, cheap lawn mower.Best electric lawn mower: Give up the gas for one of these powerful trimmers|Irena Collaku|July 25, 2021|Popular-Science
We could have a pleasant debate over whether the petite sirah dominates the cabernet, and probably finish the bottle before we settle the question.
GREAT VALUEThis juicy cabernet sauvignon captures some of California’s opulence with a velvety texture, aided by 15 percent petite sirah from Lodi rounding out the blend.
If there’s any left, pair it with conversation — it doesn’t even have to be about the petite sirah in the blend.
Missy, 37, is a petite, bespectacled gal with a green pixie cut, and her arms are adorned with tattoos.Masters of Alt Sex: SuicideGirls Hits Puberty and Wants to Invade Your TV Set|Marlow Stern|December 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She was a perky redhead of about 30 with lively blue eyes, a petite figure, and lots of nerve.
In 1956, she happened across the petite, blond Lisa Winters boarding a local bus in Miami.
She is petite and fragile, and I am fit and…more to love tehe.
Rivals tagged her an apparatchik, an heiress, handpicked by a mayor/mentor said to nickname her “ma petite Anne,” my little Anne.
“Nothing at all, chère petite madame”—question and answer came many times a day.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol|William J. Locke
Cela fut cause qu'il fallut retrencher les vivres qu'ils avoient en assez petite quantit.
La Petite had determined upon trying to fit herself to the strange, narrow existence which she knew awaited her at Cote Joyeuse.The Awakening and Selected Short Stories|Kate Chopin
She was petite and exquisite, full of alluring dimples—and apparently just out of a perfumed bath.Love's Pilgrimage|Upton Sinclair
"A regular petite maitresse," thought the Frenchman, seeing her roll herself about so softly and coquettishly.A Passion in the Desert|Honore de Balzac