smidge


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smidge

(smɪdʒ)
n
informal a very small amount or part
[C20: from smidgen]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.smidge - a tiny or scarcely detectable amountsmidge - a tiny or scarcely detectable amount
small indefinite amount, small indefinite quantity - an indefinite quantity that is below average size or magnitude
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Things have gone a smidge surreal for the Madness frontman, who spent part of his childhood growing up in Wales.
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It is almost a hybrid of styles: part executive saloon, part practical hatchback,with a smidge of crossover/MPV.
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You'd think that, in the past 2,500 years or so, we might have taken his words to heart and become just a smidge better at dealing with the unending uncertainty of life.
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Your deposit is for the bank, not the first smidge of home equity.
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Four McLaren Vale wineries Shingleback Wine, Ivybrook Farm, Geddes Wines and Smidge Wines are the latest businesses to be offered grants of up to $25,000 as part of the successful Cellar Door Grants Program, allowing them to upgrade and diversify their cellar doors.
Hit the apples of your cheeks with a bit of blush (rub a smidge of cream between your fingers to warm it up, then dab on sparingly).
Stir a smidge of orange food colouring into 225g melted white chocolate.
That property was purchased in June 2001 for a smidge less than $1.