Litle or little

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Litle
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Little

Little

Adjective

Definition:

Small in size, amount, or degree (often used to convey an appealing diminutiveness or express an affectionate or condescending attitude)

Examples:

  1. The plants will grow into little bushes
  2. A little puppy dog
  3. A boring little man

Synonyms:

  • Small
  • Small-scale
  • Compact
  • Short

Little

Determiner

Definition:

A small amount of

Examples:

  1. We got a little help from a training scheme
  2. You only see a little of what he can do

Synonyms:

  • Some
  • A small amount of
  • A bit of
  • A touch of

Little

Pronoun

Definition:

A small amount of

Examples:

  1. We got a little help from a training scheme
  2. You only see a little of what he can do

Synonyms:

  • Some
  • A small amount of
  • A bit of
  • A touch of

Little

Adverb

Definition:

To a small extent

Examples:

  1. He reminded me a little of my parents
  2. I was always a little afraid of her

Synonyms:

  • Slightly
  • Faintly
  • Remotely
  • Vaguely

FAQ's

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The correct word is little

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