small (part of speech: adjective)
teeny-weeny, modest, delicate, slim, scanty, scrawny, picayune, diminutive, little, toy, pocket, stingy, negligible, dwarfish, teensy, wee, itty-bitty, trifling, weeny, smallish, niggardly, small, deficient, tiny, miniature, meager, minute, teeny, piddling, compact, puny, spare, sparing, slight, short, nugatory, petite, paltry, baby, miserly, bantam, minimal, scant, ungenerous, beggarly, minor
- Nor is this all: its microscopic structure changes. - "Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, Vol. I", Herbert Spencer.
- These almost microscopic pearls are also burnt in the mouths of the dead who have been influential and wealthy. - "Tropic Days", E. J. Banfield.
- With microscopic attention they examined and criticised every act of the clergy; and, with a view of showing the incompetence of the priests, they affected rigid theories in regard to ritualistic points. - "Mary Magdalen", Edgar Saltus.