...going to play a little bit
...with little in common, SAVE a desire to...
''quite'' vs ''a little bit''
'A little'/ 'A bit'/ 'A little bit'
'If only I ___ a little more, I ____ to help you'
'Only a little on the small side'
“Fewer” “a few less” “a little less” or “a few fewer” here
(a little) beyond questioning
(a) Little + Comparatives
(a) little chance of
(a) little more than a child?
(can't) speak a bit / a little of Italian
(far, way, a bit, a little, a few) + too many
(the) streets of a little town
[grammar] It's a little early to be drinking
[I'm not afraid] of dying but a little of this part I'm in
[Yet as little] could he endure that a son of his should be a poor man
2 minutes ago is equivalent to a little bit earlier
a little accident
a big fish in a small pond / big frog in a little pond
a bit ahead in one place and falling a little behind somewhere else
a bit of, a bit, and a little bit
A bit vs a little
A bit/little on the + adjective + side
A brief chat or a little chat
a brisk little business laugh
a calm lake where we find a lovely little house ON/IN its center
a cheap/few/little/small salary?
A curious little vignette that I am inclined to think caught Filmer
a false little thing
a fault even that is a little
A few equipment or a little equipment?
A few evidence/ little evidence
A few first <bleached> little primroses too, by the path, and yellow buds unfolding themselves
"a few more" vs "a little more"
a few time/ little time/ some time
a few too fast / a little too fast.
a foolish, impudent, imperfect thing, a little disgusting in its unfinished clumsiness
a happy little <rut>
A is 'a little critical' of B
a little (bit)
A little (bit) more
A little (of) money
a little / a bit in negative
a little + noun
a little ahead of somewhere
a little amount of money
a little and a little bit
a little antsy
a little at a time
"a little beat"
a little because
a little bigger box
a little bit
a little bit
A little bit
A little bit
A little bit
a little bit / a little bit a [article use]
a little bit + (noun) or (adjective) ?
a little bit angry
a little bit big
A little bit busy
A little bit full on
a little bit long period
a little bit long period
A little bit long sentence
a little bit more
A Little Bit Of
a little bit of a room
a little bit of both
a little bit of division
A little bit of everything is burning
a little bit of humility goes a long way
a little bit of that box
a little bit of wee fun
a little bit older
a little bit or a few bits
a little bit <some> first
a little bit to the back
a little bit to the top
a little bit too much absinthe
a little blush of confusion
a little boogie
a little boy you got lost in your hometown
a little bright
a little champagne and oysters
a little change never <hurt>
a little change/a small change
A little child as he is/ Little child as he is?
a little chilly outside
A little closer to a long-sought dream
a little compass
a little competition
a little complacent from growing up in the Carraway house
a little criminal [noun or adjective]
a little cup
"a little cute cat" or " a cute little cat" or both?
A little detail..
a little distance short
a little distraction would be nice
a little dot
<a> little doubtful that/if/whether....
A little down
a little engine
a little English
a little exhausted
a little farer [farther further]
a little farther down the coast,
A little farther/farther away from here
a little faster or a little bit faster
a little faster than I should have
A little fat round the hips doesn't harm any woman.
A little frustated vs little frustated
a little further ahead
A little girl appeared / There appeared a little girl [dummy 'there']
a little girl, who / whom he had no idea who / whom
a little girl's clubhouse
a little girl’s bob
a little goes a long way
a little goes a long way
a little good news
a little government
A little guilt goes a long way.
A little headache - A little fever
a little heart
A little help in hand
a little help on this
a little ho, hum, kitchen sink
"A little hot java for two and two lumberjack specials."
A little hype
a little inaccuracy sometimes saves tons of explanation.
a little inclined to be stocky
a little income
A little jealous, are we/ aren't you?
a little journey through my neuroses
"A little kitten"
a little knowledge
a little knowledge of human weakness
a little labouring hind
a little later
A little learning makes the whole world kin
a little lecture for the road
A Little less than
a little less.
a little license
a little light on mine
A little long vacation
a little longer
a little longer
"A little longer and I'll be fine...!"/fine..."
a little me goes a long way
A little meaning
a little Moor and how much it is
a little more ...
a little more ... than most
A little more below the surface
a little more cache
a little more <chill>
a little more coasting among professionals
A little more Rekkie ?
a little more spark
a little more than
a little more than and little more than
a little more than two hours
a little more/ a little bit difference
a little much
A little nature goes a long way
a little north of something
A little obscure
A little off key
a little off the side
A little off the sides around my ears and shorten the top
a little off the top
a little old man
A little old man / woman
a little old punch-drunk prizefighter
a little or a small problem
A little or little
A little or little with time
a little over
A Little Party Never Killed Nobody
a little past 2 o'clock
A LITTLE pasta
a little peanut of a thing
A little productive activity
A little rainfall causes water to log/accumulate here.
a little red [gallery] high up against the wall filled with musical instruments
a little red caboose of terror
a little rest "against" the lead I have taken.
a little river in the mountain
A little rough around the edges [a person]
A little rough around the edges is all [person]
a little round around the middle
A little rug burn never hurt anyone.
a little seen film
a little sense of life
a little <shake>
a little sharpie poop-toot
a little shellfish or a few shellfish?
a little shy guy
A little silver box with 7s.
a little small and a little too small
a little snub of bluish nose
A little something
a little something
a little something
a little soon for meet the parents
a little sound
a little stove-top stuffing in the kitchen
a little strained
a little sugar just to keep us hooked
A little tang of perfume and kid gloves lingered after them
A little Taste Of (a place) -used as photo album name
A little the worse for [something]
a little tiddle cup
a little tip up a little tip down
A little to the left
A little to the left
a little too
A little too
a little too 1984
a little too difficult a job or a little too difficult job?
A little too far
A little too late
a little too little
a little too many (of) / a few too many (of)
a little too much money
a little too serious
a little too spicy
a little touch of HP (sauce)
a little traffic
a little trinket we offer each other/one another...
A Little Trouble in Dublin
a little trouble over at our White House but that'll blow over, so to speak
a little trouble with the/a getaway
a little turbulence
a little unsettled that she was offering it all so freely
a little unsure now of why she had asked
A little vs a little bit
a little vs little
a little water
a little way
a little way /a little ways
a little way behind
a little way to windward
A little ways
a little ways [formally acceptable?]
a little work
a little worthy for his tastes
a little you time
a little zigzag there
A little- a few in negative sentences?
A little-known author "Does " a little" modifiy "known"?
A little, right?
A little/ a few
a little/ a few vs some
a little/ little exercise
A little/ the little/little/little of
a little/a bit/a little bit
A little/bit higher
A lof of luggage or a little luggage
a lot of money opposite is "a little of /a little money
a man little accustomed to [expansive comment]
a midget/a dwarf/dwarfed/a little person
a minute hand. vs the little hand of a clock.
a misty little grin
a more self-involved, sniveling little nub of humanity it ..
A paraphrase for, 'I'm a little early'?
a parish a little <way> from Blackstable
a scolding little cautionary tale featuring Prince Harry
a scrawny little thing
a sick little child / a little sick child
a single figurine of "Little People" [toy]
A small port / a little port
a stiff little veil
a strong case for doing at least a little selling
A tad / a bit / a little
A three syllable word for any thought too big for little minds.
a very little time
a vital little dynamo between you and Julia, to bring success
a word to describe a cute little girl.
A word to describe a film which carries little weight
a/the little artist inside of you crying
across from somewhere but a little diagonal
acted out by returning elves who were so on stage and goofy that it made me a little sick to my stomach.
adjective + a little bit
Adjective order: a soft, brown, little stuff bear
after a little too much do [to] drink
Ain't nothing like a little fear
albeit a little quiet
Alice studied French (for) a little longer than usual.
all the little money vs a little money
All we need to do is spend a little time.
Always have a little <something> for everybody
an old little red car / a little old red car
and that little not till at least half a year after
And to think that such a little boy should have done it.
any man’s little <petsy-wetsy, nor his chair à plaisir>
As far as Vince Vaugh movies go, it's a little disappointing
as little life in you as a log
as little of a (something)
As little to do with school as the costumes at a circus
as little trusted as a general
as my appetite was a little checked
as' vs. 'which': Which is often the case, the truth is a little less
attach a brackety thing to the side things, using a bunch of these little worm guys
bat a little farther forward/ahead
be a little rattled
Be rendered as little but a backdrop
become a little more of a universal man than we are permitted to be
been a little strong in the way
being a little bit cuckoo
belt me around a little
biased for a little vs a little biased
Box for a pile of little papers
Break out into a little air
"but a little"
but a little casuistry... allows
by a little bit
can take a little getting used to
Can we make our appointment <a> little later?
Can you help me a little?
Can you idle up a little more for me?
Can you move a little further?
catch up a little bit
chilly - a little bit cold, moderately cold
clawed a little off
clinched/clench up a little bit
coffepot still <has> a little coffee
come a little close to the mark for my comfort
come off a little stuck up
Come off the road a little bit
Come on! Fan (me) a little properly...
comma with 'a little': I will be there, a little, late.
Could you come down a little?
Could you make it a little slower?
crossing the walk a little
crumpled down into a little heap
Curiously full of vitality, but a little frail and quenched.
Daniele was beautiful, tall and well-shapen, with a light round head of little, close, pale-blond
Decider is what they sell in a little jug
Did you see a little boy falling back in a wobbly chair?
didn't make a lot of sense / made little sense
die a little
difference between few/a few and little/a little
Difference between little and a little
Disney insisted on turning Pinocchio from a puppet into a little boy
do a little skateboarding
Do some reflecting Vs reflect a little
Does "a shade" mean "a little" here?
Doesn't that deserve a little hee-haw?
doing a lot with a little
down to a little stream
dragging a little red wagon
Drop me off a little further <away/on/ahead>
eat a little more
erected a little off the vertical
Esther C. throwing a little spray now
Every vertebra a little Cabot.
fall a little
feel a little bit of poker about something
feel a little on the side to her
feel home/use a little attention
Feeling a little horse [hoarse]
Feeling little save the satisfaction of a job well done
felt a little foolish
Few/A few/Little/A little
few/little a few a little
Flossie sprang <before him> with a frantic little bark
for a little more coin?
for a little thing
For a little while you will perhaps be as you are now
for being late....for being a little late..
Frank here has already worked us a little miracle
From that blessed little room, Don Quixote, Robinson Crusoe, came out, <a glorious host>, to keep~
gain a little
gave a little <squirting laugh>, and became Scotch and lewd
"get a little head of everyone else" [ahead]
get a little Sally on the side
get a little time to read?
get a little way into <v.ing>
get like a little animal
get something tied up in a neat little bow
Getting a little closer...
getting a little distance
Give a little gas
give me a little laugh on that
giving a little skip
go for a (little) bit walk / go for a walk a (little) bit
go off on a little French leave
go up a little
going a little out of your way
grab a little water
great alarm at a little bogey
ground out a little profit
guarding a sort of pass, beyond which the beck...where, still a little farther, the mountain...
guess 'at' a little of what [why 'at'?]
gum adhesive and old central heating turned up a little too
hacked a little sack
Had a little bit juice on it
had a little crescent of cortex...
had a little to eat
Had I driven a little slower, I could not have missed <to see/seeing> you.
had me a little ....
hands + a mass of little things
Happy with [little, a little, just a little]
have a little touch with
have my badge for breakfast, with a little pension on top
Have you got a little taste of the new record?
have/give a little attitude
having driven them a little out of their knowledge.
he adjusted himself a little, visibly
he always told me that I wanted a little of <his> pluck
he did not want to show himself a person <of> so little discrimination
he frowned to himself a little
He gave / has given the little girl a little chocolate to cheer her up
he had put enough by to consider applying for a little allotment plot
He has a little nose.
He has a lot of/little hair.
He has gone to his grandparent’s farm every summer since he was a little boy.
He has got quite a little good news from home.
He is frankly a little fuddled is Bobby
He saw a few people with little kids, and a couple of babies <in> strollers
He stubbed his toe on a leg of the dining table. It didn't hurt a lot but it bled a little.
he was rusty now, and a little self-conscious
he wouldn't stand such stuff but a little longer
He's got a little bit of me
He/she loves me a little, a lot, passionately, madly, not at all
Head over <in> a little bit
heave a dainty little sigh
Helping Out with a Little Boost to Help you Get There
Her heart gave a little flutter
Her voice catching a little
Here's a little news flash.
His <depth perception> is a little off
His droll little mouth was drawn up like a bow.
his eyes veiled a little
his is a <little something/something little> from me
hold it a little bit to the bottom
How about givin' me a little intro <there>
How do say"You will find quite (a) little related to your..?
how I hope you can be a little more outgoing
how little a while
Howard shunted up a little
However little known the feelings or views of such a man may be
I (had) studied a little bit before the exam
I am a little old to do it/to be doing it.
I am "a little" paralyzed
I am a little/slightly nearsighted.
I am imagining a little here
I am making a little trough
I answer simply to have a little talk with you
I can speak a lit bit of Chinese. I can speak Chinese but a little bit.
I can/could stay for a little longer, but I have to go.
I care little/ a bit
I could have educated a little more.
I could use a little hose down
I could/would stay a little longer, but unfortunately I have to go now
I did a little time
I did my ponytail a little bit ahead
I do so wish he would grow a little faster.
I don't care waiting a little longer.
I drink a lot (of X)/a little (X)
I drop a cushion onto what had once been a little lawn
I feel a little scrambled
I feel great as there is a little baby living in my body
I feel like I am a little bit empowered
I felt a little better [after I took / after I had taken] the medicine.
I felt a little giddy with it
I get a little warm
I got a little biddy coming in a few minutes
I got a little bit on the line here.
I got a little hair on this dog
I got a little sofa put away
I had a little froggy
I have (a) little patience.
I have a mild/slight/little cold
I have <little /a little> money
I have only a little farther left to go
I have studied English for a long time since I was little. - back-shift
I hope I could help you guys a little bit and great that yo
I hope you will excuse me a little longer
I know a lot of people who would kill for that little waistline of yours.
I know about England just a little / know just a little about England.
I know I came across a little stalker-y
I let my guard slide a little further
I like to set a little tone over email
I may even have sung a little
I might have felt a little uncertain beforehand
I need a little somethin' somethin'
I remembered (learned?) this word when I was still a little boy
I remembered this word when I was still a little boy.
I scattered a little sugar.
I should think you’d enjoy a little run in your chair today
I speak English a little,I speak a little English
I start to get a little something for myself
I think her ever-present frown is a little troubling
I think I will just live with it a little first
I think they are a bunch for using just a little touch of acid.
I thought it (was) a little odd
I thought you’d maybe had a little slip
I took a little chance
I want a little
I was jus' a little bit off
I was kind of hoping to spend a little time with the wife.
I was planning on staying in tonight and doing a little reading.
I went in a little hot
I will probably pull a little bit longer at work
"I will run a little" vs. "I will be running a little"
I will...in a little while
I'd just about hug the pants off a little girl
I'll be a little more with it
I'll do it in a little bit
I'll just be a little while
I'm a little horse [pun]
I'm a little taken aback
I'm a little under the gun
I'm a little warm
I'm a little woo-woo
I'm doing a little better than walking.
I'm just a little uncomfortable about being on a rickety bridge<, over> a boiling lake of lava.
I'm not bragging. Okay, maybe I am, a little.
I've been feeling a little under the weather this week
I've fallen into lakes out of rowboats when I was a little girl.
I've got a little botched up gym at the basement.
I've packed a little
I’m a little bit impressed
I’m a little turned around
I’m working you a little
Idioms: a successful result comes from little things that support it
if a little wary
If anything he's just bad at math a little bit.
if he did rip a little
if I bailed when things got a little tough
if not a little
If there were a little more time
If this expressions exist? a little too little, a few too little, a few too few
If you will bear with me a little longer
imagine a little girl, hardly more than a baby.
improve a little bit
in a hissy little voice
in a little more detail VS in a little more details
in a little over
in a slithery little rush of pink nylon
In P. T. Barnum's words, it has "a little something <for> everyone."
in which occurred a little mistake
inclosing a little ark of canvas,
Indeed, I should have thought a little more.
Indeed, I think I like you to desert me a little once now and then
into a lively little town X into a little lively town..
Into each life, a little rain must fall.
Is "a little alterations" grammatical?
Is "a little too expensive" self-contradictory?
Is there another name for a little male chicken?
It is a little cloudy
It is also makes dark spaces a little brighter
It looks a little <rough out> there today
it may sound a little _____
it played a little coherent
it started raining a little
it stopped a little distance from me
it was a little too near
It was a word that usually promised much from his father but tended to deliver little.
it was just for a little while
it was the most alive little spark of a creature in seven kingdoms at that moment
it will give me a little distance
It would be better if the camera had directed a little more downwards.
It'll all be wrapped up in a little bow?
It's a little snug. But it'll have to do.
It's always a little pinchy in the "GUI beggar" at first.
It's going to sting a little.
It's just a little gift I "got" Alex.
It's just like a little blip
it's not until you zoom out a little
It's one slice of pizza and a little over the sweater.
it’ll take a little more than ... to make you ...
just a little
Just a little
just a little bit more
just a little bit of airbrushing
Just a little VS Just some
Just as Collins had tortured a little girl, so too was he capable
Just need a little running start
keeping a little out of the way of things
knock yourself a little bit up
Know a little of everything
know little/a lot/much about something
know some/a little about
knowing <as> you was partial to a little relish with your wittles when you was along with us
l know<English a little><some English>
last little over a half century
Latvia is a little.
lay and levy, a little confusion
lay it on a little thick
Let the car in front move a little further forward.
Let the water come out a little while before you have it in the kettle
Let's change it so that its logic is a little different
let's take it a little bit easier on that
lighten up a little (sky)
like a little
like a little bitch
Little / A little
Little bigger vs. A little bigger
little <bonbon> of a band shell
little curious person and a little, curious person
Little distance/a distance
little dried plum of a Meg
little efforts / a little / the little
Little else of note, save for a hint of natural disease
Little extra cheese on the taco? / She's baking a loaf of bread, and I think it's sourdough.
little menu [a few or small]
little money vs. a little money
little more than a dark spot in the soil
little more than a mailing address and a doorstep
little or a little
little or a little?
little skulls [not 'a little skull']
little stress goes a long way
little too sweet fragrance [a little (too) + adjective + noun]
little traveling or a little ..?
Little Vs Very little (after a verb)
Little, a little, very little
Little/ a little and few/a few
little/a little few/a few
Look at how far we go just to find a little happiness
Look inside your tiny mind and look a little bit harder
looking for a little experience
Looks a little short to me
made notes for a little thesis
Make (a) little sense
Make a little injun
make a little stop
making things a little easier on the environment
many a little makes a mickle
many religious people are a little more religious around other religious people
Maybe the shrews <get a little dimmer> during the winter
meaning of "Inspite of yourself, you spin a little romance around her"
merely little flags stuck on a map
mergers looking a little stodgy
might do a little time
might not be for a little while
<Miserable little propitiators of a remorseless Idol>, how abject <we> were to him!
Money—you needed a little bit, but it wasn’t important
More than a little and less than too much
move a little further back/ down
Move back a little
much/too/a little embarrassed [multiple choice]
Mummy <will be back> <is coming> in a little while.
my back would have been up a little bit less
My dog is a little more cheerful
My greatest victory ... is a little different<?> It's the .... [Semi-colon?]
my heart screwed up into a tight little ball
my heart screwed up into a tight little ball
My little one will be a walkie talkie two year old.
my little sausage is a fantastic dancer
My memory of it's a little sketchy
need a little time <to / for> oneself
Never miss out on a good person just because they're <a little difficult>
not a little
not a little abashed;
not a little closer
not a little embarassed
not a little pleased
not a little/not a bit
not happy and even a little angry
NOT LITTLE for a cup of coffee ....
Not so many/ a little
nothing that a little backbone can't cure
On a frosty morning with a little February sun
on the right a little ahead
Only way a scruffy little thing like you comes to ride a palfrey
open or close it a little bit.
open the door a little
Out (fashion) + a little, very, the most
out for a little afternoon walk
pass this round as I'm talking and take a little look at it
pitched him a little finer
play out a little dance
playing a little too loose
Please guide me a little. / Please give me some hints.
Position of "even it is very little" in a sentence
production of its effects so little of a given quality went so far
push a little bit
put a harness on them little suckers
Put a little differently
Put a little pizazz into
Put a little pound in your pencil
put a little something down on a new car
Question tag of 'There is a little water in the glass'
quite a few / a fairly large number of / not a little /plenty of
Quite is a little stronger than fairly
rather a few / a little
recite the/a rhyme "five little monkeys"
resemble hog-troughs not a little.
Restore a little order
ring a little hollow
ripening its firm, down-running curves, her body was flattening and going a little harsh
runs a little book out of the joint
sag a little at its 'metaphorical' knees
salad a little vs. a little salad
same little girl OTS drawing a sunny landscape...
saw in the Leica little more than a toy
Say a simple little grace
seemed a little distasteful and messy
sending back a little white riband
Settle for [just a little of anything]
shaded a little too far toward suburban
shave a little bit the cost<;?> seeing that I'm a return patient [semi-colon?]
She and Hilda stayed in a little hotel off Pall Mall, and Sir Malcolm was in his club
she asked wobbling a little beside me
she breaks just like a little girl
she cut a little, she built a little
She cut her hair a bit / a little
She felt herself a little left out
She gave up a little bit of dirt
she is little meaning she is still a little girl
she was a little bit rock and roll
she was assistant at Uthwaite hospital, just a little place
she was happy for a little while in the Boulevards or in the <Bois or the Luxembourg Gardens>
She was very deft, with a soft, lingering touch, a little slow
She__(learn) to talk a little
She'd rather it was/were a little bit harder
she's a little bit off to me
She's a little pip, just like her mommy.
she's had just a little bit too much to drink
shirts a little lower
since a little while ago
since he was a little scrap
Slap a little lipstick on and you'll be fine. [to slap something on]
slide the window a little bit
slightly taller than / a little taller than
slip a little
Slip someone a little something
slump a little
Smell/look/appear a little bit funny
smiles come a little easier
So could you get a message to him that I may be a little~
So girl I'm flirting with a little over text is being a bit
so little of the brain that when a king died <that refers to?
So much for being a champion of the little guy
some - a little
some more/ a little more/ a little bit more
Some way down the central vista was a little table
some/ a little
some=a few/a little
somebody bounced a little
somehow a little less
Someone Who Talks a Lot but Does Little
something a little less selfish
Sometimes to have a little good luck is the most brilliant plan
somewhat / a little bit not good
somewhat vs. a little
sounds a little
Spare me a tiny little time?
speak a little French or speak French a little
"speak about"VS"speak a little about"
speak too soon or speak a little soon
speed up a little bit
spoil/destroy/ruin a little bit
spoke a little <in / on> the field of
sport remains little changed since then.<Is Changed "a noun>
spread a little thin
Squeeze the home folks for a little more dough
stay a little longer, he will be with you a little longer
stay your weary little wandering feet at a friend’s threshold
step back a little/ go away from him a little
Stir a little faster?
Street slang - a good little hit
stress: a little more
Such spit and fire in such a little package
Such squeamish youths as cannot bear to be connected with a little absurdity are not worth a regret.
"Such...as" It's a little worrying how...
sugar is a little chunky
Sunita is feeling <a> little uncomfortable today
sunk from twelve hundred to little more than three hundred a year.
sweat a little on my back
sweated a lot / sweated a little bit
swing a little less
take a little bit of that
take a little/small suck
take just a little thought and planning
"talk a little more of" VS "talk a little bit about"
tear the paper with a little cut
That food looks a little ripe
that little vs a little
That sounded a little different...
That there's a little piece of American history
That was a little fashion thing I went through.
that we might have a little of the sport as well as they;
That's a little on the nose.
That's a purty long sarmon for a chap that rips a little now and then
That’s how the quiet little girls grow up, though you’re only a quiet little girl even now
The adverb "little" (I can speak French a little.)
the air was getting a little too thin up here on my soapbox
The book is so easy for a little child as to read.
The Christmas tree might have caught a little bit on fire.
The Contessa was a quiet little puss with a game on somewhere
the cook made me a little dish
the difference/variation (between two data) will be only a little.
The entire consent forms package needs a little tweeking.
The hotel is <some> <a little> expensive.
the least you could do is <to?> put a little bit of it ....
The little chins ran to a point.
the little girl ['a little girl' possible?]
the little gull of a schooner
The little man <of a doctor>
The little yes, gone on a breath!
the meat is a little gone
The news report on obesity made me want to eat a little less
the noise of a little spring
The person who told you this may be a little off
the perverse and literal rendering of: ‘except ye become again as a little child’
The Rabbit Sends in a Little Bill
the room had become little more than a place where Jack Welch crashed
The summers are so hot here. I wish they would be/were a little cooler.
The tap water is running slow (very little water at a time)
The tattoo is real and for those who wonder here's a little video on what it was like [Punctuation]
the/a story of a little boy
then your elephant is going to look like a little bitch...
There is (a) little (small) chance that
There is a little we can do about it?
There was a family of little Sparrows who lived with their mother
There was little chance / a small chance that he wouldn't ...
there will be a little smile on their face
they put in a little out
They were a little too close together.
they were at first driven a little off
they were getting/x a little witchy
things got a little out of hand on
things got a little The Shining
This adorable little girl in a red peasant blouse
this book was a little out there
This exercise suddenly got a little dark, didn't it?
this leaden little trifle of a movie
this next meeting could run a little bit deadly
This shop is a little expensive
This time affair is a little confusing.
this was a little too good
Those little kids at a wedding bearing the rings?
three times a week is too little
tidy up a little or tidy a little up? [word order]
till we've died a little, can we
To be a little better for the experience
to be a little bit surprised
to be a little on the side
to be a little short of money
to catch a little following wind
to come in a little later
to flash a little leg
To have a little more bite
to have a little thing
to have a small or a little snack?
to kick a little of the dirt he felt on himself back onto her
to look like a little /bu: pi:/
To "put a little English on it"
to ride a little happy high
to unload my mind of what little needs <a-doing>
To work a little blood out of his system
told them " a little" vs "little"
took souvenir-wearing a little too far
touches a little bit of grief and a little bit of romance
trying to make/argue a point with very little evidence
turn a little cold
Turn down the tap a little to run a tap slowly.
Turn it a little this side/way
understand a bit/a little/some
understand something <a little more deeply>or<a little deeper>?
Use a little compassion
use a little juice on my side
Using a bit/a little bit/a tad/a little as adverbs that modify verbs
very (a) little/few
Very little bit of money up front you're gonna pay a little bit more
was a little dinner <for> him
Was fun to make something a little bit different.
was left alone a little
We are a little high on summertime
We can escape our own problems for at least a little while.
we get a little lunchsky
We give a little, we get a little
We give a little, we get a little. [negotiation]
We had only___aid, but it isn't enough: "a little" or "little"?
We should have looked about us a little.
We took a little bit out of the veggies
We were a little like undertakers <as regarded Probate transactions>
we would think they would be a little more comfortable
We'll be saving us a little money
We'll move the machines out a little bit
We’re a little behind schedule on.
Wearing a little shy to nothing at all
weather get a little cool/cooler
<went and took> a comfortable little house
went to the window, stooping a little, drawing the curtains and looking out for a moment
were a <little better than> suspect to manufacture whisky
What a miserable little poltroon had fear, engendered of unjust punishment, made of me
What don't you have little/a little mercy?
what fridge door was/is complete without a little
what he’d meant as a little flourish [verb?]
what I wouldn't give for a little time like that with my family
What is quite the difference between a little/ little?
"What's a little more tightrope walking between friends?"
What's the humorous way to say belly fat that appears a little bit?
what's the word for a person who is little bit fat?
when a grown-up girl as naughty as a little kid
when boys came running after us, and <got up> behind and swung there for a little way
When I was a little
When I was little, I was a <ginger>.
When she was a little child she spoke only to her mother.
When she was a little child she was speaking only to her mother.
When she was a little child, she
when they are a little out of it...
When will the dinner be ready ? = In a little time. Is in "a little time" a correct expression
which is a little cruel that it may be very kind
which the care and her love made not a little remarkable
Who isn't down for a little magic?
why can't I say "a little salary" or "a little childhood"
Will be just a little while
will raise the bean a little
with a gattle in her bud to get a little wild
with a little light [off to] the side of the stage
With a little makeup, Mary turned into a princess.
with a little notice
with a little pocket money
With a little twist to Dickens
with a soft little <brush of fire>
With the tools for a hidden eye, the rest came to Nicholas with a little 12-year-old
wonder if she <was/were> a little in love
worth getting a little tired [over]?
Would you do me the honor of having a little nip with me ?
Would you like some coffee? Yes, but with (a) little sugar.
would you mind a little late in time?
Would you mind if I put my seat a little bit backwards?
Would you mind introducing a little bit about yourself
Wow, coming in a little hot
wrapped up in a neat little bow
Writing was very relaxing, though sometimes a little lonely
Yes, but only a few/a little?
You are a very naughty little boy.
You are not afraid even a little?
you are probably feel a little sad
You brought a little bit yourself.
you had a little something to do with that
you had us a little worried
you have to bear with me a little bit here
you look a little chilly
You took a little, then you took me over
You will have all your life to work, let yourself a little
you’ll get very little out of <making a break>
Your friend is a little off.
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