adjective, tee·ni·er, tee·ni·est.
Origin of teeny
Examples from the Web for teeny
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|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|DAILY BEAST
There was the T-shirt in Oregon reading FERRARO (in huge letters) and Mondale (teeny type).Geraldine Ferraro Dies: Memories of Her 1984 Campaign|Lynn Sherr|March 26, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Despite all this sensational, restorative sex, Stone is a teeny bit defensive about his heterosexuality.
A daiquiri is like a little vacation in a glass, and sometimes a little vacation in a glass with a teeny tiny beach umbrella.
Well, drink off this teeny drop of milk; it will strengthen you.A Little Mother to the Others|L. T. Meade
I dont see why anybody should want to take two little, teeny kittens from their mother.The Corner House Girls|Grace Brooks Hill
Every teeny, weeny act, no matter what it is, affects somebody else.Blacky the Crow|Thornton W. Burgess
She gave him a tail just like any other bird, only it was a teeny, weeny tail.Mother West Wind "When" Stories|Thornton W. Burgess
It's only one teeny little cloud anyway, and who cares for clouds when the boys are coming home?The Outdoor Girls at Wild Rose Lodge|Laura Lee Hope
adjective -nier or -niest
Word Origin for teeny
1825, alteration of tiny. Alternative form teensy is attested from 1899.