AskDefine | Define littleness

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littleness n : the property of having a relatively small size [syn: smallness] [ant: largeness, largeness]

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Noun

littleness
  1. The property of being little, smallness.
    His littleness didn't bother him, except when he needed to get something off the top shelf.

Synonyms, Antonyms and Related Words

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