Definition of Tininess

1. Noun. The property of being very small in size. "Hence the minuteness of detail in the painting"

Exact synonyms: Diminutiveness, Minuteness, Petiteness, Weeness
Generic synonyms: Littleness, Smallness
Derivative terms: Diminutive, Minute, Petite, Tiny, Wee



Definition of Tininess

1. Noun. The property of being tinny. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tininess

1. the quality of being tiny [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tininess

tingliest
tingliness
tingling
tinglingly
tinglings
tinglish
tingly
tings
tinhorn
tinhorns
tinier
tinies
tiniest
tinily
tininess (current term)
tininesses
tining
tink
tinkalite
tinked
tinker
tinker's cuss
tinker's dam
tinker's damn
tinker's root
tinker, tailor
tinkerbird
tinkerbirds
tinkered

Literary usage of Tininess

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Poetry by Modern Poetry Association (1914)
"Strange, old and silent being, there is something Infinitely vast in your intense tininess: I think you could point out with a smile some curious star Far ..."

2. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1903)
"And if the scale is small in comparison with the great modern countries, it is large in comparison with ancient Greece ; that feeling of tininess, ..."

3. The Popular Science Monthly (1878)
"Dear little flower," says every man instinctively, аз he stoops to pick the first daisy of the season. The tininess of the daisy is evidently one source of ..."

4. The New Poetry: An Anthology by Harriet Monroe, Alice Corbin Henderson (1917)
"NOT OVERLOOKED Though I am little as all little things, Though the stars that pass over my tininess are as the sands of the sea, Though the garment of the ..."

5. The New Poetry: An Anthology by Harriet Monroe, Alice Corbin Henderson (1917)
"Strange, old and silent being, there is something Infinitely vast in your intense tininess: I think you could point out with a smile some curious star Far ..."

6. The Connoisseur by Town, Bonnell Thornton, George Colman (1905)
"... half a dozen examples which deal straightforwardly with the tininess of the man. Seemingly not content to go down to posterity labelled by Churchill as ..."

7. Convention and Revolt in Poetry by John Livingston Lowes (1919)
"That which does allure it in the East is an amazing tininess and finesse — the delicacy, that is to say, and the deftness, and the crystalline quality of ..."

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