Definition of weeny in US English:



  • Tiny.

    • ‘I think you might have misinterpreted the point of that column just a teeny, weeny bit.’
    • ‘Needless to say, he was slightly put out at that; his ego deflated just a teeny, weeny bit.’
    • ‘Sexy does not have to mean stockings and suspenders or some feeble excuse for a top, with a teeny, weeny micro skirt.’
    • ‘These are all very exaggerated caricatures of bison with teeny, weeny heads, huge humps, they don't look like real bison.’
    • ‘I just got a tiny weeny bit freaked out about it.’
    • ‘Ali, who was two at the time, loved the story about the little girl who lived in a teeny, weeny house and played with itty, bitty toys.’
    • ‘Thee is also talk of me getting a tiny weeny percentage of any sales.’
    • ‘They might look weeny, but these dolls are huge business.’
    • ‘Oooh, look, they have weeny, tiny packs of cigarettes!’
    • ‘This store was selling little weeny teeny digital cameras, about the size of a matchbox.’
    • ‘It transpired that I am allergic to dust (quite badly), dogs and rabbits (a tiny weeny bit).’
    minute, small-scale, scaled-down, mini, baby, toy, pocket, fun-size, petite, dwarfish, knee-high, miniature, minuscule, microscopic, nanoscopic, infinitesimal, micro, diminutive, pocket-sized, reduced, lilliputian
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Late 18th century: from wee, on the pattern of tiny; compare with teeny.