a little

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Synonyms for a little

to a small degree

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You will not think the worse of my umbleness, if I make a little confidence to you, Master Copperfield?
As young readers like to know `how people look', we will take this moment to give them a little sketch of the four sisters, who sat knitting away in the twilight, while the December snow fell quietly without, and the fire crackled cheerfully within.
asked Jo, delighted with the fancy which lent a little romance to the very dull task of doing her duty.
To get the best coverage from this foundation use the MAC #190 brush and apply a little a time and build up more where needed.
Then I hit a little big of a slump in July and my timing was a little bit.
Nothin' wrong with tuning into a little public television now and again.
The son of a Little League coach, Associate Editor MATT WELCH was inspired to become a journalist by the snarky elegance of Bill James' Baseball Abstract, which he first read while waiting in line for World Series tickets.
When he start to sanging, 'Old Irish Potato, Old Irish Potato,' then I'd get a little nervous and goosy like.
WITH our great offer, not only can you liven up your wardrobe but you may even have a little extra money to spare on some of C&A's great accessories.
If you need a little something to get you in the party spirit, the Daily Mirror's fashion editor has taken her pick of C&A's hottest looks.
One afternoon B drove A out into the countryside and the two had breakfast at a little cafe in a town called Gibson City.
We struggled a little bit against them (in the first playoff meeting) and made some errors," A's manager Matt O'Toole said.
Rivera got the Angels a little closer in the bottom of the eighth inning when he hit his 23rd home run of the season off Rangers left-hander Ron Mahay.