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 (wē′nē) also ween·sy (wēn′sē)
adj. wee·ni·er, wee·ni·est also ween·si·er or ween·si·est Informal

[Perhaps blend of wee and tiny.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.weensy - (used informally) very smallweensy - (used informally) very small; "a wee tot"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
little, small - limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a little dining room"; "a little house"; "a small car"; "a little (or small) group"
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It is a teensy, weensy time machine that returns everything to a golden age when all was well.
And she did it looking fab in this teensy weensy gold number from the king of bling Julien Macdonald.
One group of children, with assistance from the teacher librarian, constructed dioramas, photographed them with a digital camera and produced their own version of Eency Weensy.
Anybody familiar with these attractions will know that prize-winning success requires kicking a football through a circular hole just a teensy weensy bit bigger than the width of said football.
Among other things, he raises the Forbidden Subject--the Federal Reserve System--and proposes that our monetary central planners may have had a teensy weensy bit to do with the disaster we face now.
Have you considered that maybe you are being just a teensy weensy bit too sensitive?
Also on the CD are a fairy song to the tune of "Eensy Weensy Spider", and "The Sock Fairy has taken my socks
During early childhood, the following stimuli were used: 1) toy puppets, talking for thirty seconds, 2) a Halloween mask suddenly appears in the window for one second, 3) reciting a finger play (Eensy Weensy Spider) with child, 4) parent leaves room for thirty seconds, 5) while giving child a cookie it drops (child is given sticker instead), 6) a toy switch (toy carrot is put in hat and a rabbit puppet is pulled out, 7) an impossible puzzle (last piece does not fit), 8) an easy puzzle, 9) toy is taken from child, 10) child is given an empty box (wrapped like a present), 11) child is read a sad story, and 12) a loud noise (a key alarm sounds for two seconds).
plays outside along with the "Eeensy Weensy Spider," is called to bed by "Wee Willie Winkie," and by the last page is peacefully asleep, watched over by the "Man in the Moon.
Eensy weensy or hairy and scary, spiders take center stage at L.
Unfortunately, as you may have heard, men do very occasionally make a teensy- weensy fashion faux pas.