Noun(1) a tiny or scarcely detectable amount
(1) After all, he had delivered the city of Rome its fourth title in 101 years against seemingly impossible odds.(2) a local family had title to the property(3) He argued that Camilla should not become queen, and instead take the title Duchess of Lancaster - the king is always the Duke of Lancaster.(4) His efforts earned him the title North East Young Farmer of the Year in the NFU President's Awards this year.(5) Here's how it works: you must select the job title which most closely reflects your position.(6) This distinguishes Taimu from other mountains and earns it the title of ├ö├ç├┐Fairyland on the Sea├ö├ç├û.(7) Churchill's book with the same title gave its name to a TV series for which Walton wrote this patriotic march.(8) This was later followed by a second book with the title Migrations.(9) He had used Rob's real name instead of his title for the first time, and everyone noticed.(10) he holds the title of world champion(11) to give them their proper title(12) The interesting thing is that you don't title the works until they're complete?(13) The easiest way to do this is to embellish a little when describing your current job title .(14) When he was ennobled in 1964, someone remarked he should take the title Lord Corridor of Power.(15) The terrain of teen books is marvelously bumpy, each title an atlas of emotional highs and lows.(16) Making sacrifices and always putting others first has earned Davina Sully the title of June's Supermum.
(1) tittle-tattle :: gebabbel
1. iota ::
3. whit ::
5. scintilla ::
7. smidgen ::
8. shred ::
Different Formstittle, tittles
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