microminiature, micturate, big, little bitty, pintsize, piddle away, piss, urinate, Pygmy, gain, produce, crap, take a shit, Lilliputian, addle, make believe, fix, wanton, teentsy, throw, constitute, teensy-weensy, construct, realise, progress to, cross, bow-wow, clear, prepare, do, take a crap, shit, bang, draw, earn, name, create, make water, pass water, puddle, wee-wee, make, nominate, choo-choo, bitsy, ready, realize, hold, cause, take, wanton away, bitty, weensy, give, cold, hit, pintsized, muddle, itsy-bitsy, make up, defecate, reach, stool, boo-boo, relieve oneself, lay down, establish, have, bittie, stimulate, piddle, induce, take in, score, take a leak, spend a penny, seduce, bring in, arrive at, atomic, peewee, cook, attain, ca-ca, trifle, work, pretend, pull in, birdie, discreet, build, midget, pee, dwarf, early, minuscule, pee-pee, get to, bunny, get, form
small (part of speech: adjective)
minute, spare, dwarfish, modest, tiny, deficient, weeny, little, nugatory, paltry, teeny-weeny, miserly, baby, teensy, scant, meager, short, diminutive, delicate, picayune, itty-bitty, slim, compact, scanty, sparing, puny, minor, teeny, infinitesimal, scrawny, smallish, niggardly, beggarly, negligible, piddling, stingy, microscopic, pocket, slight, ungenerous, miniature, trifling, minimal, bantam, small, petite, toy
- Pee- wee shouted down at him. - "Pee-wee Harris on the Trail", Percy Keese Fitzhugh.
- Only a few hundreds, sir, as I hear,- nothing to signify,- for the poor mistress and the wee bits. - "Molly Bawn", Margaret Wolfe Hamilton.
- Wee, wee- preeson, says my grandfather. - "News from the Duchy", Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch.