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Example Sentences for "tiny"

Monaco is a tiny country, probably the smallest in the worldTheir new Chihuahua puppy is really tiny.

Monaco is a tiny country, probably the smallest in the world.

Gordie has a tiny brain in his pointed head.

Junko's apartment in Tokyo was tiny, but it cost her almost $1,000 a month.

I like to watch the tiny bubbles floating in my champagne.

Their baby was born a month early, and was just a tiny little thing.

Can I have just a tiny sip of your beer?

She has a wonderful little dollhouse, with beautiful, tiny furniture.

Ralph Waldo Emerson once said that what lies behind us, and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.

Norman Lear once remarked that happiness is made up of tiny successes.

A human has tiny bones meant for a tail, and unworkable muscles once meant to move his ears.

Flamingos are not naturally pink; they get their color from their food - tiny green algae that turn pink during digestion.

Israel has an amazing variety of landscape for such a tiny country.

The teenage boy stared as the girl walked by in her tiny bikini.

In Burkina Faso, tiny wooden dolls are sold to protect children from harm.


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