tinily
adverb see tiny

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • tinily — [tī′nə lē] adv. to a tiny degree; minutely * * * …   Universalium

  • tinily — [tī′nə lē] adv. to a tiny degree; minutely …   English World dictionary

  • tinily — tiny ► ADJECTIVE (tinier, tiniest) ▪ very small. ► NOUN (pl. tinies) informal ▪ a very young child. DERIVATIVES tinily adverb tininess noun. ORIGIN …   English terms dictionary

  • tinily — ˈtīnəl]ē, nə̇l], ]i adverb : in the manner or condition of something tiny a miniature worm of train rolled tinily along the embankment Bruce Marshall …   Useful english dictionary

  • tinily — ti·ni·ly …   English syllables

  • tiny — tinily, adv. tininess, n. /tuy nee/, adj., tinier, tiniest. very small; minute; wee. [1590 1600; late ME tine very small ( < ?) + Y1] Syn. little, diminutive, teeny. * * * …   Universalium

  • tiny — adjective (tinier; est) Etymology: alteration of Middle English tine Date: 1598 very small or diminutive ; minute Synonyms: see small • tinily adverb • tininess noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • tiny — adjective (tinier, tiniest) very small. noun (plural tinies) informal a very young child. Derivatives tinily adverb tininess noun Origin C16: extension of obs. tine small, diminutive , of unknown origin …   English new terms dictionary

  • tininess — tiny ► ADJECTIVE (tinier, tiniest) ▪ very small. ► NOUN (pl. tinies) informal ▪ a very young child. DERIVATIVES tinily adverb tininess noun. ORIGIN …   English terms dictionary

  • tiny — ► ADJECTIVE (tinier, tiniest) ▪ very small. ► NOUN (pl. tinies) informal ▪ a very young child. DERIVATIVES tinily adverb tininess noun. ORIGIN …   English terms dictionary

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