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Tiny (O. Edd. tine or tyne), small, puny (always joined with little, by way of giving the expression some tenderness): “when that I was and a t. little boy,” Tw. V, 398. “any pretty little t. kickshaws,” H4B V, 1, 29. “my little t. thief,” V, 3, 60. “he that has and a little t. wit,” Lr. III, 2, 74.
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