1. little, tiny, teeny, pint-sized; wee, mini, short, Inf. sawed-off, snub; Inf. teeny-weeny, Inf. itty-bitty, Inf. itsy-bitsy, Inf. itty, Inf. eensy-ween-sy; Lilliputian, elfin, like Tom Thumb, pygmy, dwarf, Inf. peewee; baby, bantam, diminutive, (of a woman) petite, minikin; midget, miniature, miniscule, minute, atomic; puny, runty, stunted, bonsaied, dwarfed, scrubby, shrunken.
2. thin, slender, slight, dainty, slim, lean, spare, gracile; narrow as an arrow, thin as six o'clock, slender as a thread, thin as a reed, reed-like; tapered, indented, narrow, drawn out, fine-drawn, attenuated; narrow-ish, isthmian, narrow-gauged, like a needle's eye.
3. brief, limited, abbreviated; curt, compact, condensed, terse, succinct, laconic, clipped, concise.
4. insufficient, inadequate, wanting, skimpy, scanty, scant; meager, Inf. dinky, exiguous; too little, too small, piddling, not enough; unsatisfactory, unequal to the need or demand, incommensurate; nominal, negligible, Inf. measly, mere, beggarly, poor.
5. unimportant, trifling, minor, secondary; nugatory, inconsequential, insignificant, inappreciable; not vital, immaterial, obscure, unknown, unnoticed; lesser, subordinate, lower, second-fiddle; subsidiary, ancillary, second-class, third-class, small-time, minor-league, bush, bush-league; small-town, one-horse, Sl. two-bit, Sl. tinhorn, Sl. small potatoes, small-fry; Sl. mickey-mouse, baby, small-time, Sl. rinky-dink, Inf. no great shakes, Dial. no account; (all of a business)- small-scale, private, individual, owner-run, mom-and-pop.
6. humble, modest, unpretentious, plain; common, commonplace, ordinary, humdrum; simple, poor, plebian, low-ranking, inferior; homely, homespun, unrefined, vulgar, ill-bred, lowbred, uncouth; shabby, scruffy, Inf. slumy, slum-like, scrubby; low, ignoble, inglorious, base; ignominious, sordid, squalid.
7. mean, petty, stingy, parsimonious; niggardly, cheap, selfish, grudging, penny-pinching, stinting, begrudging, uncharitable, illiberal, unaltruistic; tight, miserly, carking, skin-flinty; penurious, tight-fisted, close, close-fisted, Scrooge-like, Inf yankee.
8. limited, insular, parochial, provincial, uncatholic, Sociol. ethnocentric, limited in one's horizons or scope; biased, prejudiced, bigoted; one-sided, opinionated, close-minded; ultra-conservative, rigid, creed-bound; prim, puritanical, Inf. stuffy.
9. weak, diluted, dilute; watery, thinned, reduced, insipid, wishy-washy; (all of sound or the voice) gentle, soft, low, light, faint, whispering; quiet, delicate, hushed, indistinct; murmuring, subdued, muted, muffled, stifled, barely audible.
10. feel small be mortified, be chagrined, be humiliated; be discomforted, Inf. be put down, be disconcerted, be discomposed; be brought down, be degraded; be redfaced, be sheepish, be ashamed, be shamefaced, be hangdog; feel like a failure, feel like two cents, Inf. feel like a goose.
11. common people, the meek, the meek and the small; the masses, hoi polloi, the vulgus; proletariat, plebians, the multitude, the many; the rank and file, Contemptuous. ragtag and bobtail, the vulgar herd, the poor, the great unwashed, the underprivileged.

A Note on the Style of the synonym finder. 2014.

Игры ⚽ Нужна курсовая?

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Small — can refer to the following:* Something very gracious * Something of low size. * Minuscule, or lower case, is the small form (case) of a letter * SMALL, an ALGOL like programming language * A term to describe smaller aircraft for purposes of air… …   Wikipedia

  • small — small, little, diminutive, petite, wee, tiny, teeny, weeny, minute, microscopic, miniature can all mean conspicuously below the average in magnitude, especially physical magnitude. Small (opposed to large) and little (opposed to big, great) are… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Small — (sm[add]l), a. [Compar. {Smaller}; superl. {Smallest}.] [OE. small, AS. sm[ae]l; akin to D. smal narrow, OS. & OHG. smal small, G. schmal narrow, Dan. & Sw. smal, Goth. smals small, Icel. smali smal cattle, sheep, or goats; cf. Gr. mh^lon a sheep …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Small — ist der Familienname von: Aaron Small (* 1971), US amerikanischer Baseballspieler Albion Woodbury Small (1854–1926), US amerikanischer Soziologe Brendon Small (* 1976), US amerikanischer Schauspieler und Musiker Chris Small (* 1973), schottischer …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • small — [smôl] adj. [ME smal, narrow, slender < OE smæl, akin to Ger schmal, narrow < IE base * (s)mēlo , smaller animal: see MAL ] 1. little in size, esp. when compared with others of the same kind; not large or big; limited in size 2. a) little… …   English World dictionary

  • Small-C — es una especificación para un subconjunto del lenguaje de programación C, conveniente para microcomputadores limitados en recursos y para sistema embebidos. También se refiere a la implementación de ese subconjunto de instrucciones. Originalmente …   Wikipedia Español

  • small — [smɔːl ǁ smɒːl] adjective 1. not large in size or amount: • Boeing doesn t make a small, 100 seat plane. • The recent fare increases are small. • For a small fee, we can sell your shares for you. 2. unimportant or easy to deal with: • The company …   Financial and business terms

  • small — O.E. smæl slender, narrow, small, from P.Gmc. *smalaz (Cf. O.S., Dan., Swed., M.Du., Du., O.H.G. smal, O.Fris. smel, Ger. schmal narrow, Goth. smalista smallest, O.N. smali small cattle, sheep ), perhaps from a PIE root * (s)melo smaller animal …   Etymology dictionary

  • small — ► ADJECTIVE 1) of less than normal or usual size. 2) not great in amount, number, strength, or power. 3) not fully grown or developed; young. 4) insignificant; unimportant. 5) (of a business or its owner) operating on a modest scale. ► NOUN… …   English terms dictionary

  • small — 〈[smɔ:l] Abk.: S〉 klein (als Kleidergröße) [engl.] * * * small [smɔ:l ] <indekl. Adj.> [engl. small = klein]: klein (als Kleidergröße; Abk.: S). * * * Small   [smɔːl],    1) Adam, südafrikanischer Schriftsteller, * Wellington ( …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Small — Small, adv. 1. In or to small extent, quantity, or degree; little; slightly. [Obs.] I wept but small. Chaucer. It small avails my mood. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. Not loudly; faintly; timidly. [Obs. or Humorous] [1913 Webster] You may speak as small …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”