Common misspellings for little

littlt, litlle, liture, sluttly, allitle, literly, latley, alittle, listtle, littol, lettue, littleing, hittler, shttle, doolittle, littlary, litely, lilttle, littlle, litterley, lettile, liabitly, liitel, lkittle, alittile, lentle, littel, litte, volotile, littile, litraley, ottle, loittle, lastley, littling, lattely, alittel, liilte, ltttle, littly, cottle, little'en, litten, litel, kittel, ligtly, liittle, littil, dolittle, litterlery, littelry, littre, ltitle, litlerly, lifetyle, lilttie, letalone, glittler, liestyle, littli, liwle, litulary, lattly, allittle, politeley, titele, latel, latetly, tiltle, litauen, firtle, litll, liltel, titlle, liettle, lutrell, liddle, literley, littlemore, lightbolb, ulitily, lettet, littlies, belitle, littlw, vilatile, lightbulp, lightbulb, orttel, attle, lightely, ltiitle, slitley, littrly, littl, titile, kettale, lettec, littul, lingle, litfle, lottle, hiltler, lttile, rlittle, lateely, litke, volitaile, valtile, littlie, littie, ttitle, litle, lette, litil, lityyle, liuttle, letal, dottle, litterly, lettle, iittle, violitile, lilltl, litt6le, liite, lital, liitles, litlte, tittile, fittle, lastle, lilte, slittle, voliatle, girtle, litlel, litles, ilittle, literel, luttle, lettel, littlke, bittely, mulitle, litltle, littelally, liitle, tltle, lt'll, latlty, liltle, litllel, ltiely, liitlle, lttle, littleover, littrle, lilttel, vitle, quitile, lithle, sittle, vialotile, lillte, liature, fairlytale, letely, tittel, flottila, lwttle, ittle, littal, litlt, littlte, ilttle, littkle, litted, hitle, littlerly, litirly, lateley, likele, littarly, liitl, bittle, litttle, litlee, clattle, latlely, litllte, lattley, blottle, ditale, littla, alitle, alttle, litrtle, littter, littlel, slitely, lattle, leatly, klittle, littele, violitale, ittlle, ltittle, lirttle, mulitile, litually, lightyly, latily, alitlle, yourlittle, llittle, lilltle, beittle, volitile, littrely, littlelate, littlee, ltlle, lghtly, likeley, hitel, littke, lortrel, ltille, voliatile, aittle, wlhile, litlery, litugy, 3little, lightblub, lttiel, ligle, cttle, litthe, lettcue, viotile, littyle, mittle, littole, lingule, aliitle, llitle, litterlay, plitely, kittle, volitle, literlet, littlr, luittle, bilittle, lighjtly, lightl, lintle, lttel, likle, littled, lttlle, liltte, tiitle, lightlly, litarly, elittle, volitale, leatel, liturly, liffle, liilt, clietele, lightley, liottle, littelbit, multiule, lettler, litty, wittle, xylitol, ltaly, latelyy, liefstyle, litghly, lithtly, literl, luteal, litalarry, jlittle, laittle, lietty, litill, llttle, tlittle, ltcol, lyttle, lyudimila, shittle, slightle, volitole, lwhile.

Definitions of little

  1.   To a small degree.
  2.   not much; " he talked little about his family"
  3.   Below the ordinary size or amout; small; short; brief; petty.
  4.   Small in size, quantity, or extent; brief; of small dignity, power, or importance; of small force or effect; inconsiderable; mean; base.
  5.   small in a way that arouses feelings ( of tenderness or its opposite depending on the context); " a nice little job"; " bless your little heart"; " my dear little mother"; " a sweet little deal"; " I'm tired of your petty little schemes"; " filthy little tricks"; " what a nasty little situation"
  6.   Small in bulk, extent, or size; low in degree; trifling.
  7.   That which is small in size, quantity.
  8.   Short in duration; brief; as, a little sleep.
  9.   Small in size or quantity; contemptible.
  10.   younger brother or sister; " little brother"
  11.   Small in extent of views or sympathies; narrow; shallow; contracted; mean; illiberal; ungenerous.
  12.   Least.
  13.   Littleness.
  14.   In a small degree; slightly.
  15.   Small in quantity or amount; not much; as, a little food; a little air or water.
  16.   In a small degree or quantity; in some degree but not great; not much; comp.
  17.   not fully grown; " what a big little boy you are"; " small children"
  18.   Small in force or efficiency; not strong; weak; slight; inconsiderable; as, little attention or exertion; little effort; little care or diligence.
  19.   ( comp. LESS; superl. LEAST) Small in quantity or extent: weak, poor: brief.
  20.   a small amount or duration; " he accepted the little they gave him"
  21.   Small in dignity, power, or importance; not great; insignificant; contemptible.
  22.   ( informal terms) small and of little importance; " a fiddling sum of money"; " a footling gesture"; " our worries are lilliputian compared with those of countries that are at war"; " a little ( or small) matter"; " Mickey Mouse regulations"; " a dispute over niggling details"; " limited to petty enterprises"; " piffling efforts"; " giving a police officer a free meal may be against the law, but it seems to be a picayune infraction"
  23.   Small in size, quantity, dignity, or importance; brief in time; insignificant; ing; mean.
  24.   Less.
  25.   A small quantity or amount; anything small or slight; not much.
  26.   That which is little; a small quantity, amount, space, or the like.
  27.   Small in size or extent; not big; diminutive; - opposed to big or large; as, a little body; a little animal; a little piece of ground; a little hill; a little distance; a little child.
  28.   In a small quantity or degree: not much.
  29.   A small portion or quantity; small space; not much.
  30.   In a small quantity or degree; not much; slightly.
  31.   limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; " a little dining room"; " a little house"; " a small car"; " a little ( or small) group"; " a small voice"
  32.   ( of a voice) faint; " a little voice"; " a still small voice"
  33.   ( quantifier used with mass nouns) small in quantity or degree; not much or almost none or ( with ` a') at least some; " little rain fell in May"; " gave it little thought"; " little hope remained"; " little time is left"; " we still have little money"; " a little hope remained"; " a little time is left"
  34.   That which is small in quantity or extent: a small space.
  35.   lowercase; " little a"; " small a"; " e. e. cummings's poetry is written all in minuscule letters"
  36.   A small quantity, space, time, etc.
  37.   A small degree or scale; miniature.
  38.   of short duration or distance; " a brief stay in the country"; " in a little while"; " it's a little way away"
  39.   A small quantity or extent.
  40.   In a small degree; not ch.
  41.   In a small quantity or degree; not much; slightly; somewhat; - often with a preceding it.

Antonyms for little

distinguished, wide-ranging, leviathan, overlarge, elephantine, bunch, fateful, continually, again and again, fat, earthshaking, colossally, plenteous, bumper, heroic, too, considerably, mammoth, boundless, cosmic, bone, tall-growing, in height, largish, afresh, super, altitudinous, distinctive, uppercase, achingly, big, heavy-duty, unending, catholic, exceptional, mightily, open, heap, deal, cosmopolitan, leggy, tallish, objective, substantial, loud, principal, healthy, everlasting, illimitable, considerable, lifesize, frequently, plateful, applicable, nonpartisan, uncommonly, mass, load, plentitude, hulky, majorly, scads, interminable, good deal, marathon, towering, himalayan, heavy, long-shanked, worthwhile, enormous, chivalrous, grand, measureless, extremely, long-lived, monolithic, oversized, significant, Monumentally, much, monstrous, macroscopical, awfully, older, important, germane, galactic, sorely, plumping, plenitude, intensely, mountain, copious, spacious, giant, monumental, oodles, pharaonic, massive, far, seriously, plentiful, sight, enlarged, frightfully, illustrious, staggeringly, ever, impressive, staggering, prominent, eminently, statuesque, pertinent, monster, bouffant, sheaf, wide, outsize, longish, appreciable, outsized, barrel, heavily, magnanimous, noble, uplifted, long-term, epic, valuable, astronomically, elder, long-range, multiplicity, queen-size, lashings, puffy, particularly, dominant, some, liberal, mountainous, expanded, potful, life-size, bushel, broad-minded, voluminous, wealth, elongate, Brobdingnagian, fatal, deep, sufficient, bulky, macro, tectonic, profusion, supersize, Bunyanesque, upswept, again, surpassingly, puissant, countless, meaningful, repeatedly, endless, whacking, open-minded, Gigantesque, stupendously, carload, double, unprejudiced, sublime, overmuch, unmeasured, tidy, king-size, tremendous, essential, numberless, Mega, unemotional, basketful, truckload, massively, quantity, abundant, innumerable, full-size, REAMS, chunk, super-duper, powerful, gigantic, bountiful, rangy, pointed, slew, oceanic, great, all-important, tremendously, lofty, gangly, anew, capacious, bigger, extensively, colossal, potent, prestigious, spate, whopping, untold, outstanding, vastly, often, unlimited, overriding, archly, impartial, husky, relevant, man-sized, handsome, passel, planetary, boxcar, shipload, fabulously, way, consequential, supremely, oversize, thumping, stately, really, Supplemented, unbounded, goodly, walloping, titanic, humongous, long-drawn-out, overmastering, queen-sized, hefty, bucket, grave, mess, cyclopean, jumbo, sizably, huge, serious, large, hourly, Roaringly, astronomic, constantly, larger, substantive, infinite, king-sized, unconditioned, good, high-rise, greathearted, desperately, too large, unbiased, gargantuan, wad, severely, prodigious, immense, cavernous, broadly, gangling, lot, basic, de novo, limitless, vast, Vasty, fantastically, sizeable, vitally, lanky, adequate, notorious, thick, peck, terribly, extended, freethinking, exceedingly, major, preeminent, unco, hugely, biggish, fiercely, momentous, famous, elevated, fundamental, receptive, lengthy, abundance, supersized, bundle, unfathomable, volumed, blisteringly, lifted, old, apposite, pack, gallant, largely, tall, monstrously, ample, specially, generous, hundred, incredibly, over and over, chief, enormously, Overlong, volume, fistful, persistent, especially, respectable, tolerant, decisive, weighty, boatload, broad, lordly, mortally, hulking, dozen, big time, astronomical, life-sized, That, stupendous, oft, immeasurable, renowned, raised, larger-than-life, long, influential, stack, oftentimes, eminent, macroscopic, raft, wildly, incalculable, extensive, material, long-legged, high, remarkable, such, permanent, enough, natural, gross, prolonged, large-scale, greatly, key, strong, blown-up, mighty, relative, overbearing, worthy, apropos, of import, protracted, earth-shattering, eventful, badly, sizable, herculean.

Quotes of little

  1. I raise quarter horses. Mine are mostly thoroughbred cross horses, a little bigger horses than some people like. I sell them or use them on the ranch. A lot of them go to the rodeo arena and some of them go to racetracks. – Wilford Brimley
  2. If I somehow felt like having a site which strictly validates was an indication of my manhood, maybe I'd do it, but it really means very little to me. We're mavericks over here, what can we say? – Mike Davidson
  3. Peter Sellers was great to work with. A lovely man. A little bit crazy in that he- you know, as I say, it was hard. It was sort of balancing a very delicate spirit on a needle. You know, because you never know where he was going. – Goldie Hawn
  4. When I was a little kid I used to play with guys twice my age, so, I was the last one picked, so if I picked I knew that I had to get the ball to the scorer if I wanted to stay on the court, so that was pretty much my job. – Jason Kidd
  5. For me, songwriting is something I have to do ritually. I don't just wait for inspiration; I try to write a little bit every day. – Sean Lennon
  6. I'm always in that mode- whenever I have a little free time, I'm always recording songs, writing, whatever I gotta do. It's like my job is my vacation. – Ludacris
  7. The legislature are a little more difficult to educate than the governor is. – Judy Martz
  8. Once I even took the train to Utrecht, forty miles from Amsterdam, with my yellow star, this star which I still have. Why did I go? I just wanted to visit some friends. I was a little bit crazy, a little bit insane. – Abraham Pais
  9. I think if you look at yesterday's New York Times poll, particularly when you judge Democrats in Congress versus the Republicans in Congress, people put a little more faith, or even a little more than a little more faith in the Democrats in Congress. – John Podesta
  10. To be happy with a man you must understand him a lot and love him a little To be happy with a woman you must love her a lot and not try to understand her at all. – Helen Rowland
  11. Poets yearn, of course, to be published, read, and understood, but they do little if anything, to set themselves above the common herd and the daily grind. – Wislawa Szymborska
  12. We got a little waylaid along the way. The whole problem started about 10 years ago with management and legal battles, then still trying to make albums while I was doing all of that. – Pat Travers
  13. Ladies, just a little more virginity, if you don't mind. – Herbert Beerbohm Tree
  14. You could say that when you introduce humour to your work, you also step back a little from it. You create a distance. – Lars von Trier
  15. When I started in the business, there was a thing called adult fantasy, but nobody quite knew what it was, and most publishers didn't have an adult fantasy list. They had science fiction lists, which they stuck a little bit of fantasy into. – Terri Windling

Usage examples for little

  1. You have but to think a little – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  2. Of course, I don't, little one. ” – Two Little Women on a Holiday by Carolyn Wells
  3. “ " I'll show you," answered the little boy. ” – Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue in the Big Woods by Laura Lee Hope
  4. “ I'll have to explain that a little to make you understand it. ” – The Real Adventure by Henry Kitchell Webster
  5. Didn't you want me a little – Moor Fires by E. H. (Emily Hilda) Young
  6. It was coming- and she little knew how. ” – Blind Love by Wilkie Collins
  7. Come on, just a little run. ” – The Curlytops at Uncle Frank's Ranch by Howard R. Garis
  8. This, of course, may mean little – Brother Copas by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  9. “ " Please try to be a little a-" " Yes?" ” – Bye-Ways by Robert Smythe Hichens
  10. “ " You can make one in a moment," said the little boy. ” – Andersen's Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen
  11. “ I will come, dear little baby's mother. ” – Hoodie by Mary Louisa Stewart Molesworth
  12. It's only your little one!" ” – The Flight of the Shadow by George MacDonald
  13. “ " No." " There can be little hope then?" ” – A Voyage with Captain Dynamite by Charles Edward Rich
  14. So as soon as you can you may find me a place to sit down and rest a little while. ” – Rollo in Geneva by Jacob Abbott
  15. “ Ermengarde was always a little afraid of her father. ” – The Children of Wilton Chase by Mrs. L. T. Meade
  16. We are impostors, or little better. ” – Sant' Ilario by F. Marion Crawford
  17. “ I want a little talk with you. ” – The Magnetic North by Elizabeth Robins (C. E. Raimond)
  18. He knows just' a little too much! ” – The Last Shot by Frederick Palmer
  19. “ I wanted to have a little talk with you. ” – Annals of a Quiet Neighbourhood by George MacDonald
  20. Let us rest yet a little – First Person Paramount by Ambrose Pratt

Idioms for little