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The state or quality of being small in size, extent, or quantity.
Noun: The condition of being relatively little or insignificant.
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Noun: The property of being on a minute scale.
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Noun: The quality of being lacking in importance or significance.
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Noun: The characteristic of being short or brief in duration.
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Noun: The condition of being low in height or size.
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Adjective: Of limited size; not big.
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Adjective: Insignificant in amount or degree.
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Adverb: In a small or insignificant way.
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