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a trifle a little bit; somewhat; slightly.
budge to change or begin to change position slightly. [2 definitions]
cottage cheese a soft, white cheese made of slightly soured skim milk.
crust the slightly hard, baked dough on the outside of bread, pies, and other baked things. [1/5 definitions]
curtsy a gesture of the body that shows respect made by bending the knees and lowering the body slightly. A curtsy is usually made by women and girls. [1/2 definitions]
damp slightly wet; not completely dry. [1/2 definitions]
dampen to make moist or slightly wet. [1/2 definitions]
gazelle a kind of antelope found in Africa and Asia. Gazelles are mammals with hooves and long legs. They are graceful runners. Their horns are slightly curved and have dark rings.
lukewarm only slightly warm; tepid. [1/2 definitions]
lymph a slightly yellowish liquid produced by body tissues. It contains many white blood cells.
moist slightly or somewhat wet.
moisten to make or become slightly wet.
mole2 a small, permanent spot on the skin. Moles are usually brown and sometimes slightly raised.
mound a slightly raised hill of dirt in the center of a baseball field. The pitcher throws from this mound. [1/3 definitions]
mucus a slimy, slightly sticky material that coats and protects certain parts of the body, such as the inside of the nose and throat.
Nauru a Pacific island country slightly south of the equator and northeast of New Guinea. The capital of Nauru is Yaren.
scorch to burn slightly. [1/3 definitions]
snug having a close fit; slightly tight. [1/2 definitions]
stall2 to delay, or cause to go forward only slightly. [1/3 definitions]
stir1 to move slightly. [1/9 definitions]
suffix a unit of meaning that is added to the end of a word to make a new word with a slightly different meaning. The "ed" in "wanted" is a suffix.