How to use teeny in a sentence
Since 2006, Bruce Peterjohn has slipped teeny-tiny aluminum rings on the little toothpick legs of more than 3,000 hummingbirds.Catch me if you can: An unlikely hummingbird is banded at a Virginia park | John Kelly | January 18, 2021 | Washington Post
This teeny planet pushes the limit of what telescopes like OGLE can do, says Mróz.
They might be a massive buyer of advertising, but marketing is a teeny, tiny part of a big company’s organization.‘Impossible to say’: Marketers struggle with logistics and divining what Super Bowl ad themes will click with consumers | Kristina Monllos | December 8, 2020 | Digiday
Fires also open up clearings, letting sunlight reach teeny trees so they can grow.
Keefe also discovered that front-burrowing frogs have a distinct “teardrop” shape with a teeny head and a big body.
But building 20-foot sculptures out of teeny-tiny Lego bricks can be as tedious as it sounds.The Michelangelo of Lego Who Quit Law to Play With Toys | Kevin Fallon | February 7, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
This time, the teeny bopper is Alison Gold, who is forced to sing “Chinese Food.”Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock Play ‘Chopsticks,’ ‘Game of Thrones’ Parody, and More Viral Videos | Natasha Bach | October 20, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Because of the nature of the app—and the teeny, twangy language it employs—Lulu unsurprisingly targets girls on college campuses.Meet Lulu: An App That Lets Girls Rate Guys Anonymously | Isabel Wilkinson | August 22, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
And with that, a tray of teeny-tiny chocolate-covered ice-cream cones went round the room.An Affair to Remember: Diane von Furstenberg Toasts Worldly Women | Abigail Pesta | June 8, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Even in a teeny-tiny online literary magazine, the editor gets five times as many good pieces as she can use.
My father is Irish, and if you want to see him get up and strut give him a teeny opening to enlarge on his race.Freckles | Gene Stratton-Porter
See that big one away up in that perch holding a little teeny, tiny one in its arms just as a woman holds a baby!Billy Whiskers' Adventures | Frances Trego Montgomery
She set a teeny vase in the middle of the table, with two violets in it, and she put dolly table napkins at each place.
They went to live in a weeny-teeny little yellow house in Bolingbroke.Anne Of Green Gables | Lucy Maud Montgomery
Out of a little, teeny-weeny remnant of truth, shed build a magnificent divorce case.Nothing But the Truth | Frederic S. Isham
British Dictionary definitions for teeny
informal extremely small; tiny: Also: teeny-weeny (ˈtiːnɪˈwiːnɪ), teensy-weensy (ˈtiːnzɪˈwiːnzɪ)
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