adjective, ti·ni·er, ti·ni·est.
- tiny tim,
- tio tom,
- tip and run,
- tip of the iceberg
Origin of tiny
Examples from the Web for tininess
She remembered how satisfactory her tininess had always been to him.
The Elizabethan pipes were so small that now when they are dug up in Ireland the poor call them 'fairy pipes' from their tininess.
She had loved the Square's old-fashioned primness, its tininess, its unchanging atmosphere of rest.The Kingdom Round the Corner|Coningsby Dawson
Helpless, he reflected with satisfaction, thinking of her tininess.
This little Claude de Bullion was a very great personage, though the tininess of his stature provoked all kinds of jeers.The Spell of the Heart of France|Andr Hallays
adjective tinier or tiniest
Word Origin for tiny
c.1400, tyne "very small," perhaps from tine.