adjective, teen·si·er, teen·si·est.
Examples from the Web for 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|Lenore Skanazy|October 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
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|Tom Sykes|June 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
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“I hate for Helen to miss one teensy bit of the ball,” Nan said.
Tell her that,” suggested Nan, “and I bet you she will find she can walk a teensy little more than a few blocks.
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
She took hold of his wrist and looked again at the teensy thumb.Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town|Cory Doctorow
Will you let me go home as soon as I've told you the teensy little I know?Within the Law|Marvin Dana