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keyword: Little
A Little Bird Told Me »
(a person who I will not identify whispered this secret to me; I know because this secret was whispered to me...)

A Little Bit »
(a small amount; not a lot...)

A Little Hard Work Never Hurt Anyone »
(it is good to work hard sometimes; one should not complain about working hard because it is a good thing...)

A Little Hard Work Never Killed Anyone »
(working hard does one good...)

A Little Knowledge Is A Dangerous Thing »
(people who have only a little knowledge about something often make big mistakes because they think they know more than they actually know...)

A Little New To All This »
(I am a beginner not familiar with this situation or task...)

In A Little Bit »

Think Little Of Someone Or Something »
(not have a lot of respect for...)

A Big Fish In A Small Pond »
(one who succeeds in a small area where there is little competition...)

A Big Frog In A Small Pond »
(one who succeeds in a small area where there is little competition...)

Down To The Wire »
(it is close to the finish; there is little time left; we do not yet know who will win...)

Every Nook And Cranny »
(in every little place where the thing could be...)

Get Along On A Shoestring »
(be able to live while spending very little money...)

In Short Supply »
(there is very little of it; we have almost no more...)

Jump To Conclusions »
(one only knows a little information, but one thinks one knows what will happen...)

Next To Nothing »
(very little...)

On A Shoestring »
(while spending very little money...)

Shy Away From Someone Or Something »
(not do something because it makes one a little afraid...)

Wet Behind The Ears »
(New at something; with little practical experience...)



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