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little
Definition:
( of a voice) faint; " a little voice"; " a still small voice"

Synonyms:

adjective
all
little, small.
elfin
playful, impish, prankish, rascally.
few
few, negligible, minimum, scarce, miserly, sparse, minimal, spotty, insufficient, niggardly, scanty.
humble
low-ranking, unpretentious, unassuming, menial, proletarian, lowborn, Low-born.
inconsiderable
inconsiderable.
infinitesimal
unnoticeable.
light
light-footed, Floatable, lithe, lightest, weightless, unheavy, sylphlike, featherweight, frothy, Imponderous, tissuelike.
limited
limited.
little
delicate, paltry, succinct, puny, small, minute, brief, few, compact, low, short, concise, diminutive, meager, narrow, scanty.
low
lower, cut rate, squatty, bottommost, cut-rate, lowset, uncostly, second-rate, ground level, unelevated, second rate, low-hanging, low-set, ground-level, marked down, rock-bottom, not high, rock bottom, secondrate, low-lying, junior.
mere
unadorned, unmixed, pure and simple.
narrow-minded
illiberal, self-centered, wicked, selfish, vulgar, provincial, cheap, base, contemptible, mean, small-minded, hidebound, ineffectual, narrow, bigoted, set.
not important
petty, trifling, insignificant, minor, small, negligible, shoestring, paltry, casual, trivial, unimportant.
short
petite, succinct, abridged, epigrammatic, compact, low, shortest, decurtate, runty, Unsustained, short, condensed, concise, close to the ground, stumpy, cut to the bone, picayune, cut to bone, not long, Curtate, unprolonged, clipped, brief, sawed-off, squat, puny, not protracted, in a nutshell, small, curt.
small
negligible, deficient, niggardly, scrawny, pocket, miniature, wee, tiny, teeny, one-horse, teensy, trifling, miserly, meager, diminutive, delicate, sparing, bantam, piddling, beggarly, weeny, smallish, itty-bitty, compact, microscopic, one-man, nugatory, small, spare, ungenerous, puny, minimal, mere, toy, modest, minor, scanty, two-by-four, minute, teeny-weeny, slight, scant, baby, dwarfish, stingy, paltry, infinitesimal, short, petite, picayune, vest pocket, slim.
small in size, amount
insufficient, not large, wee, undeveloped, shriveled, limited, minute, dinky, junior, lilliputian, stunted, snub, slight, short, mini, imperceptible, meager, cramped, not big, microscopic, petite, diminutive, young, truncated, tiny, fleeting, skimpy, babyish, infinitesimal, hasty, infant, light, short-lived, sparse, immature, peanut, wizened, embryonic, scant, toy, undersized, stubby, bantam, hardly any, shrimpy, inconsiderable, teeny, inappreciable, elfin, miniature, brief.
stunted
dwarfish, scrubber, runted, yea high, yea big, small fry, Undergrown, runtish.
unimportant
meaningless, unconsidered, of no consequence, irrelevant, zipper, of no consequence/of little consequence.
weak
weak.
young
pubescent, boylike, not aged, Newish, girllike, unfledged, half-grown.
adverb
all
little.
hardly
sparsely, infrequently, not quite, with trouble.
infrequently, not much
not many, seldom, somewhat, rarely, not quite, not often, only just, barely, hardly, hardly ever, a little, scarcely.
adverb
hardly
no way, Scantly, no more than, by no means, almost not, pretty near, detectably, faintly, by a hair, once in a blue moon, not at all, not often, not notably, perceptibly, not noticeably, not markedly, not much, not a bit, not measurably, not by much, not likely, only just.
infrequently
seldom, sporadically.
seldom
a few times, in a few cases, inhabitually, Semioccasionally, whimsically, not very often.
noun
brief
abrupt.
little
littler, dinky, piddling, smaller, diminutive, petty, slim, minuscule, pocket-sized, infinitesimal, teentsy, lesser, piffling, runty, brief, itsy-bitsy, midget, immature, lilliputian, emotional, itty-bitty, teeny-weeny, weeny, slight, trivial, niggling, short, micro, dwarf, elfin, gnomish, slender, petite, lowercase, half-size, microscopic, miniscule, bitty, teensy, soft, teeny, picayune, pocket-size, young, bantam, minute, puny, younger, unimportant, tiny, dwarfish, teensy-weensy, weensy, shrimpy, smallish, littlest, footling, bittie, mickey mouse, small-scale, smallest, least, wee, undersized, small, elflike, fiddling, undersize, miniature.
quantity
little.
small amount of something
modicum, snippet, dash, particle, bit, pinch, fragment, trifle, trace, taste, soupçon, hint, speck, whit, spot, dab, touch.
trifle
eyelashes, eyelash, fly speck, no big deal.
Examples of usage:
  1. But there was little to think about. – Gargoyles by Ben Hecht
  2. There was, of course, very little that could be done. – El Dorado by Baroness Orczy
  3. I think you had better write, and tell her a little about things. – Not Like Other Girls by Rosa N. Carey
  4. As it is, we have only had time to do so little. – Christopher Hibbault, Roadmaker by Marguerite Bryant

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