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Synonyms for bantam

notably below average in amount, size, or scope

Synonyms for bantam

any of various small breeds of fowl

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Bantams boss Stuart McCall blasted his club's fans for their reaction to Conlon.
The Bantams had the better of a goalless first-half, Guylain Ndumbu-Nsungu forcing a save out of Darlington goalkeeper Oakes.
The Bantams almost gave themselves a way back into the game in the last minute of the half, as Lenny Pidgeley was forced to turn Marc Bridge- Wilkinson's inswinging free-kick around the post.
However, just minutes later the Bantams were back in the game after Owen Morrison's good work resulted in a headed goal for Mark Bower.
What little threat the Bantams posed came from tenacious frontman Danny Cadamarteri, but his frontline colleagues could not match his quality.
Show bantams come in two main groups, the hard feathered and the soft feathered.
After stopping off for training at St George's Park, the Bantams were due in a Reading hotel last night - 24 hours after Jon Stead's goal brought them a 1-1 draw at Notts County.
A MEMORIAL was unveiled in Merseyside to mark the centenary of the formation of an "undersized" fighting unit known as the Bantams.
Bantams eye ex-Wolves ace ONE of the most popular Wolves players in recent times could be set for a new club.
Following my piece about the origin of the Bantams nickname used by the club from 1908 and 1962 I had several readers give me their view.
This will hopefully be rectified, we report today, by the publication of a novel inspired by the bantams.
And Bantams fans, heading to Wembley this weekend to watch their brave bunch of battling giant-killers try and cross the final frontier with a victory over the Welshmen in the Capitol One Cup final, can feel their side have already won a small victory.
The Bantams are 8-1 to win the cup and just 4-5 to find the force to knock out their top-flight opponents.
Billy was built like an old-time scrum-half before they started impersonating 6ft 4in flankers and, because of this, when he joined the Canadian army in WWI, he became a member of a unique fighting force - the Bantams.
The former striker, however, has expressed his desire to finish the job he started at Wrexham and would find plenty of work to do at the Bantams, who have had five permanent managers in seven years.