Extremely small; minute. See Synonyms at small.(adjective)
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Use "tiny" in a sentence
"Top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer seems to think Americans don't care about what he called tiny, porky amendments."
"He says Americans don't care about what he calls tiny porky amendments."
"He found in milk, cheese, vinegar, decayed vegetables, and in the blood and secretions of cases of plague bodies, which he described as tiny worms and which he thought were due to putrefaction."