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notably below average in amount, size, or scope

not yet large in size because of incomplete growth

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not broad or elevated in scope or understanding

not irritating, strident, or loud

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the slender part of the back

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a garment size for a small person

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limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent

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limited in size or scope

(of children and animals) young, immature

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slight or limited

low or inferior in station or quality

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lowercase

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(of a voice) faint

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have fine or very small constituent particles

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not large but sufficient in size or amount

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made to seem smaller or less (especially in worth)

on a small scale

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The other songs, such as "How Is It (We Are Here)," "Don't You Feel Small," "It's Up to You," and the concluding "Balance," share a similar feeling of unaffected directness.
While she realizes she can't reconstruct a nation, she says "The world and its problems make you feel small, but we are all c apable of making a huge difference.
Love--what one narrator calls "a word from a dead language"--functions in Rakusa's postmodern world as focal point for a reappraisal of sexual politics and metaphor for established power of whatever sort: "He who swings the whip may not despair"; "At least behave as though the status quo were the most peaceful of all possibilities"; "made to feel small, smaller, smallest, as gnomes we are controllable.
Brower thinks this skewed self-perception may repreent a reversal of anorexia nervosa, in which individuals -- almost always female -- compulsively diet to the point of starvation because they never feel small or thin enough.
The key, says Jennifer Aaker, Stanford GSB's General Atlantic Professor of Marketing and an author of a new paper on the subject, is that awe makes us feel small, not larger than life, the way happiness can.
She comes to the office first - just before I'm planning to go wandering in pursuit of another coffee and a steak bake - talks only to Starsky, looks straight over me, sounds far too serious for someone who does a job I don't even think exists - and isn't the least bit interested in any sort of smile, unless it's to make us feel small.
In the preview clip, Sheldon can be seen admitting to Bernadette (Melissa Rauch) that he loves Amy a lot and adding, "Let's find the kind of gift that makes her feel small and worthless.
It's really starting to make me feel small and low.
Men had all the power and if they wanted you to feel small they would say things like, 'Get back to the zoo and come back when you're not so ugly.
We don't have players who are afraid and we don't feel small against the big opponents.
WALLS COME TUMBLING DOWN The configuration of the room before, with its separate rear hallway, made the room feel small and the hall a waste of space.
There are people who enjoy making you feel small and them bigger by commenting on your sexuality.
To find out more 0901 6093145 VIRGO (Aug 24/Sept 23): Don't be bullied by new folk who think they can make you feel small.
People had made me feel small so I wanted to show them how significant small could be.