Definition of Leetle

1. Adjective. (dialect form of little) ¹



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Definition of Leetle

1. little [adj] - See also: little

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Leetle

leeriness
leerinesses
leering
leeringly
leerings
leerness
leers
leery
lees
leese
leeses
leesing
leesome
leesy
leet
leetle (current term)
leetman
leetmen
leets
leetspeak
leetspeek
leeward
leeward side
leeward tide
leewardly
leewards
leeway
leeway space
leeways
lefetamine

Literary usage of Leetle

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1. Handbook of Best Readings by Solomon Henry Clark (1902)
"Den come for fin' out she is mak' it herse'f, For she ain't got moche monee for spen', But all de sam' tam, she was never get lef, Dat nice leetle ..."

2. Lyrics of Home-land by Eugene J. Hall (1882)
"The leetle feet, that all day long Hev scarcely stopped the'r tread, ... Two leetle pairs o' shoes are thrown Upon the attic floor; The feet that wore 'em, ..."

3. The Attaché: Or Sam Slick in England by Thomas Chandler Haliburton (1856)
"What beautiful new oaths the boys lam, and splendid leetle bits and scraps ... the leetle galls, what nice leetle stories they hear; and what pretty leetle ..."

4. The Far Interior: A Narrative of Travel and Adventure from the Cape of Good by Walter Montagu Kerr (1886)
"I link of me leetle wife. ... What makes you so fearfully despondent, John ? " " Ah, master! I tink of me leetle wife. ..."

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