noun. ['ˈsmɪdʒən'] a tiny or scarcely detectable amount.
- small indefinite quantity
- small indefinite amount
Rhymes with Smidgen
Sentences with smidgen
1. Noun, singular or mass
The tail point should stick just a smidgen beyond the top point.
Quotes about smidgen
1. It would still be a long way until she was completely free, but the door had been cracked open and a smidgen of hope broke through the darkness.
- J.E.B. Spredemann, An Unforgivable Secret
2. Human beings have an extraordinary capacity to imagine possibilities and then turn those possibilities into realities. Evident in the gifts of civilization—in our arts, languages, sciences, technologies, businesses, governments, and so on—it is clear that we are a profoundly creative species. Yet many of us only access a smidgen of our creativity.
- Scott Edmund Miller