Definition of Smidgen

1. Noun. A tiny or scarcely detectable amount.

Exact synonyms: Iota, Scintilla, Shred, Smidge, Smidgeon, Smidgin, Tittle, Whit
Generic synonyms: Small Indefinite Amount, Small Indefinite Quantity
Derivative terms: Shred



Definition of Smidgen

1. Noun. A very small quantity or amount. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Smidgen

1. a very small amount [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smidgen

smexiest
smicker
smickered
smickering
smickers
smicket
smickets
smickly
smiddied
smiddies
smiddy
smiddying
smidge
smidgen (current term)
smidgens
smidgeon
smidgeons
smidges
smidgin
smidgins
smiercase
smiercases
smift
smifts
smight
smighting
smights
smil'd

Literary usage of Smidgen

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

1. Report of the Congressional Committees Investigating the Iran/Contra Affair by Lee H. Hamilton, Daniel K. Inouye (1995)
"He told Ambassador Price, who called him, that there was, I think his words were, "only a smidgen of truth in it," something like that. ..."

2. Adventure Guide to St. Martin & St. Barts by Lynne M. Sullivan (2003)
"Just wiggle into any smidgen of space that's available and prepare for a fantastic treat. Owners Francoise and Bruno ..."

3. Our Southern Highlanders: A Narrative of Adventure in the Southern by Horace Kephart (1922)
"If the provender be scant the hostess may say, " That's right at a smidgen," meaning little more than a mite; but if plenteous, then there are ..."

4. Our Southern Highlanders by Horace Kephart (1913)
"If the provender be scant the hostess may say, " That's right at a smidgen," meaning little more than a mite; but if plenteous, then there are ..."

5. Our Southern Highlanders: A Narrative of Adventure in the Southern by Horace Kephart (1922)
"If the provender be scant the hostess may say, " That's right at a smidgen," meaning little more than a mite; but if plenteous, then there are ..."

6. Our Southern Highlanders: A Narrative of Adventure in the Southern by Horace Kephart (1922)
"If the provender be scant the hostess may say, " That's right at a smidgen," meaning little more than a mite; but if plenteous, then there are ..."

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