adjective, teen·si·er, teen·si·est.
Origin of teensy
Related Words for teensydiminutive, dwarf, infinitesimal, insignificant, Lilliputian, little, microscopic, midget, miniature, minimum, minuscule, minute, negligible, petite, pocket, puny, pygmy, slight, teensy-weensy, teeny
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Contemporary Examples of teensy
The corollary being, if she slacks off, even a teensy bit, anything that goes wrong is her fault.Medicine Bedevils Pregnant Women With Too Many Warnings About Risk
October 26, 2013
Calling Apartment 1A Kensington Palace an apartment is a just a teensy bit misleading.Refurbing Kate and William's New FIFTY-Seven Room London Home Hits the £1m Mark
June 27, 2013
After years of either gigantic or teensy offerings, bags this season are refreshingly normal.Return of the Normal-Size Bag
Misty White Sidell
October 9, 2011
VIEW OUR EXCLUSIVE IMAGES of teensy motorcycle jackets, mini trench coats, and other highlights of sandbox style.Gucci Debuts Kids' Line
June 24, 2010
Historical Examples of teensy
Will you let me go home as soon as I've told you the teensy little I know?Within the Law
“I hate for Helen to miss one teensy bit of the ball,” Nan said.
She took hold of his wrist and looked again at the teensy thumb.Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town
Father can't give lessons any more, because he can't see but just a teensy, weensy bit when the sun is shining.How It Happened
Kate Langley Bosher
Tell her that,” suggested Nan, “and I bet you she will find she can walk a teensy little more than a few blocks.