Meaning of tininess in English:

tininess

noun

See tiny

  • ‘We'd all sat down at the enormous round table by the time she arrived, eleven of us, chattering away, and she arrived, this tiny white-haired lady, and nestled into a space next my brother, exaggerating her tininess.’
  • ‘Twenty-five years later, both these men were at this dinner party, which gives you an idea of the tininess of this world.’
  • ‘A certain homespun, unassuming, untidy tininess had become a virtue in itself.’
  • ‘‘I wanted to show the murrelet all alone in the wide wide sea and give it this feeling of poignancy and vulnerability and tininess,’ says Bateman.’
  • ‘He's amazingly short and shrimpy and I think that even I, in my tininess, am probably bigger than he is.’