Some articles on small:
... bothriurid scorpions from Patagonia and small Euscorpius scorpions from Central Europe can all survive winter temperatures of about −25 °C (−13 °F) ... Scorpions are opportunistic predators of small arthropods, although the larger kinds have been known to kill small lizards and mice ... Scorpions have an unusual style of eating using chelicerae, small claw-like structures that protrude from the mouth that are unique to the Chelicerata among arthropods ...
... Before World War I, Charles Mochet built a small 4 wheeled bike-car for his son ... Mochet built many models of small vehicles called "Velocar" ... powered but as the years went by, many were fitted with small engines ...
... Upernavik (Kalaallisut "Springtime Place") is a small town in the Qaasuitsup municipality in northwestern Greenland, located on a small island of the same name ... Owing to the small size of the settlement, everything is within walking distance ...
... In addition, every island has a small port or wharf where small cargo ships and boats regularly dock ... transportation is usually via pickup truck, foot, or small boat ... There are no railways in Vanuatu, although there was a small rail line on Efate during the colonial era ...
... The Small Isles (Scottish Gaelic Na h-Eileanan Tarsainn) are a small archipelago of islands in the Inner Hebrides, off the west coast of Scotland ... counties of Argyll Eigg was historically part of Inverness-shire, and all of the Small Isles were in Inverness-shire, from 1891 to 1975 ... nan Each Humla, and two places called Dubh Sgeir The Small Isles is one of 40 National Scenic Areas in Scotland ...
More definitions of "small":
- (adj): Not large but sufficient in size or amount.
Example: "Helped in my own small way"
- (adj): Have fine or very small constituent particles.
Example: "A small misty rain"
- (adj): Low or inferior in station or quality.
Example: "Small beginnings"
Synonyms: humble, low, lowly, modest
- (adj): Limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent.
Example: "A small car"; "a small voice"
- (noun): The slender part of the back.
- (adv): On a small scale.
Example: "Think small"
- (adj): (of a voice) faint.
Example: "A still small voice"
- (adj): Slight or limited; especially in degree or intensity or scope.
Example: "A series of death struggles with small time in between"
- (adj): Limited in size or scope.
Example: "A small business"; "small-scale plans"
Synonyms: minor, modest, small-scale, pocket-size, pocket-sized
- (adj): Made to seem smaller or less (especially in worth).
Example: "Her comments made me feel small"
Synonyms: belittled, diminished
- (noun): A garment size for a small person.
Famous quotes containing the word small:
“The ancestral deed is thought and done,
And in a million Edens fall
A million Adams drowned in darkness,
For small is great and great is small,
And a blind seed all.”
—Edwin Muir (18871959)
“A pedestal is as much a prison as any other small space.”
—Anonymous Woman (c. mid1800s)
“It is impossible for a stranger traveling through the United States to tell from the appearance of the people or the country whether he is in Toledo, Ohio, or Portland, Oregon. Ninety million Americans cut their hair in the same way, eat each morning exactly the same breakfast, tie up the small girls curls with precisely the same kind of ribbon fashioned into bows exactly alike; and in every way all try to look and act as much like all the others as they can.”
—Alfred Harmsworth, Lord Northcliffe (18651922)