Common misspellings for small:
simalure, simlar, sembol, smole, symolic, simolar, smauel, samle, smade, smoll, smeel, fimiallar, namly, sklll, symble, bismol, smpell, smiller, simele, simular, somlia, samilar, somilia, smally, simalair, smalles, smeell, similliar, simualar, smuler, simlarly, simalr, simerla, ismael, smmeel, smolik, simillar, marsmallow, summairly, stalll, smellin, slill, simily, smsall, smalll, smilpy, smal, sumilar, symbel, gmail, smallar, smalled, simulor, stemuli, simalre, samily, simualr, smaple, seell, emaol, simoly, smille, smaler, smah, emaill, sahll, fmall, ssale, somaila, smailler, simlare, famlly, samall, msall, smajor, smi9le, smalerl, semelar, simialar, ismal, amll, smillar, samlpe, vmail, samul, simeller, sumular, smelley, swallo, simaler, simililar, sdmall, syill, simiraly, simalar, simailiar, rmail, simialiar, simlair, samuekl, snall, dismale, smaeller, thisemail, symgol, simial, smaill, smealt, smallg, snmall, smiular, simialr, somila, smany, simaliar, simpally, shmuel, samael's, simlaur, smilar, simalry, simalier, samarlia, swarl, smelll, semell, samalia, simbol, malll, samoli, samll, smale, jersumal, simillie, emall, samauel, smilely, samali, smallen, simalir, smoller, samiel, simiarly, zamal, smail, bismal, somailia, voicemaill, smellof, smiliy, smalle, samile, samilair, smll, smiel, simluar, smeil, simualer, smily, femall, smallr, smeall, sall, smmall, smalls, simlir, domaille, selll, simmillar, simalie, smilig, smoly, smallet, smaile, emawl, slimalar, simallar, sually, xcall, swalo, smoall, samule, symilar, asmall, simailar, simmialr, similur, sammuel, simullar, simalur, fsamily, smiliar, simerlar, smial, simalear, saale, simmaler, srael, smelld, asmaller, smallc, smnall, fmaly, similor, ssmall, 1samuel, simelor, jamall, samele, simeraly, simialer, symol, scally, shamly, smlall, simpal, symaphy, samel, susally, sumbol, simuarly, simili, emmaill, simalor, amaller, smarlt, simaly, staill, symobl, scall, smybol, amall, somilar, simly, siimlar, simulr, samula, smoohly, smaal, smothlly, symbl, samolia, smlile', simalac, stalla, smilimg, simaller, servall, somaili, samual, smalller, nomall, dsmall, smellt, somolia, sympol, simmialer, smilair, simillair, samole, smilily, salel, slimeball, scalle, sameul, spaell, suhala, smiell, stimulli, samanela, simpaly, simmlar, smilin, smiilar, soymilk, smild, simalare, sball, smool, symblo, smeal, si'milar, ribsomal, simmarly, smilliar, similir, smill, smply, fsmily, samller, smirl, smae, simila, somel, samael, smaall, somoli, simpall, simllar, smely, femalle, siumilar, symols, smoler, kemal, smard, smilly, simelar, sybmol, simialir, simale, somervil, semll, voicemall, samaller, somili, simialac, smaell, simole, sumgly, smili, smhuiel, smilley, mymail, sealm, sampl, hasmla, dysmally, imall, spall, samuil, sahall, smiluar, simiarlly, smali, smalee, asmell, smeelly, smilth, smaug, snaill, sowball, solal, soally, somali, sumerville, symbale, vocemail, smackin g, zmall, xmall, dmall, wmall, smzll, smsll, smwll, smqll, smakl, smapl, smaol, smalk, smalp, smalo, zsmall, szmall, xsmall, sxmall, esmall, semall, wsmall, swmall, skmall, smkall, sjmall, smjall, smzall, smazll, smasll, smwall, smawll, smqall, smaqll, smakll, smalkl, smapll, smalpl, smaoll, smalol, smallk, smallp, smallo, smlal, small, 3mall, cmall, qmall, rmall, s-all, soall, smell, smcll, smadl, smahl, smanl, smaml, smald, smalh, smaln, smalm, smawl, smaul, s mall, sm all, sma ll, smal l.
Definition of small:
- Envincing little worth or ability; not large-minded; -- sometimes, in reproach, paltry; mean.
- To make little or less.
- Having little size, compared with other things of the same kind; little in quantity or degree; diminutive; not large or extended in dimension; not great; not much; inconsiderable; as, a small man; a small river.
- Being of slight consequence; feeble in influence or importance; unimportant; trivial; insignificant; as, a small fault; a small business.
- Not prolonged in duration; not extended in time; short; as, after a small space.
- Envincing little worth or ability; not large- minded; - sometimes, in reproach, paltry; mean.
- a garment size for a small person
- the slender part of the back
- The small or slender part of a thing; as, the small of the leg or of the back.
- Same as Little go. See under Little, a.
- The slender part of a thing.
- The small or narrow part of anything.
- on a small scale; " think small"
- In or to small extent, quantity, or degree; little; slightly.
- Not loudly; faintly; timidly.
- made to seem smaller or less ( especially in worth); " her comments made me feel small"
- limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; " a little dining room"; " a little house"; " a small car"; " a little ( or small) group"; " a small voice"
- lowercase; " little a"; " small a"; " e. e. cummings's poetry is written all in minuscule letters"
- limited in size or scope; " a small business"; " a newspaper with a modest circulation"; " small- scale plans"; " a pocket- size country"
- not large but sufficient in size or amount; " a modest salary"; " modest inflation"; " helped in my own small way"
- ( archaic) slight or limited; especially in degree or intensity or scope; " a series of death struggles with small time in between"
- slight or limited; especially in degree or intensity or scope; " a series of death struggles with small time in between"
- have fine or very small constituent particles; " a small misty rain"
- Comparatively little in size, quantity, or degree: opposite to large; unimportant or insignificant; as, his opinion is of small value; not powerful; not long in duration; as, a small period of time; petty; not large- minded; narrow.
- Little in quantity or degree: minute: not great: unimportant: of little worth or ability: short: having little strength: gentle.
- Little; slender; unimportant.
- Diminutive; little; unimportant; mean.
- Little in size, quantity, amount, degree, quality, & c.; minute; slender; of little moment; of little genius; weak; gentle; mean.
- Not great; slender; of little moment, weight, or importance; little; soft; not loud; trifling.