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- Examples of a little
- I kissed her, a little more than dutifully, as a man will kiss his everloving after a couple of nights of absence. - Author unknown, 1938
- I knew you liked fapping, but 300 gigabytes of porn is a little too much.
- Such a little figent thing. — Beaumont and Fletcher.
- I went to her, sat close beside her and tried snuggling up a little. It worked. . . . "I can get them," I said just as flannel-mouthed as ever I could, like all of us talked to her now.
- With a little forethought we'd have planned for this contingency and not been stuck here now.
- I own three or four low, fretworked Chinese tables of various heights that I found at flea markets; the top of each is about the size of a standard box of tissues or a little serving tray.
- It only takes a little tweaking for the Simpsons’ home to become a full-on freak show, with Homer as its perpetually apoplectic main attraction.
- Lady Feng was at the moment having a little goodhumoured raillery with Yüan Yang, and was taken so much off her guard, that she was quite startled out of her senses.
- Conjugating hamzated verbs is a little harder than conjugating sound verbs, but much easier than weak ones.
Examples of a little in a Sentence
- en a little matter
- en a little bit of bread and no cheese
- en a little from column A, a little from column B
- en a little from column A and a little from column B