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aberration a slight deviation in normal mental functioning. [1/3 definitions]
blue having a bluish color of the skin as a result of severe cold or slight injury. [1/8 definitions]
bother to feel concern or slight worry (usu. used with negative verb). [1/7 definitions]
brad a thin nail with either a small head or a slight projection on the side. [1/2 definitions]
breakaway of a theatrical or film prop, designing to break under slight impact, as a balsa-wood chair. [2/6 definitions]
breath a slight stirring of the air. [1/4 definitions]
camber a slight upward arch. [2/4 definitions]
click a slight, sharp sound. [2/8 definitions]
counterirritant something that produces a slight local irritation, as of the skin, to counteract or relieve a more serious, general inflammation.
crackling a series of slight, sharp, popping or snapping sounds, as from an open wood fire. [1/3 definitions]
crybaby someone given to excessive crying or complaining, esp. with slight cause.
disregard to treat with indifference, lack of attention, or respect; slight. [1/3 definitions]
faint weak, feeble, or slight. [1/5 definitions]
falchion a short broad medieval sword with a slight curve in the blade near the point.
fat chance slight or no chance.
feint a movement or thrust in a misleading direction, or a slight attack at a misleading point, to draw one's opponent away from the real target, as in sports or military combat. [1/5 definitions]
fighting chance a slight possibility of victory or success if great effort is exerted.
filch to steal (usu. something of slight value) in a sly manner; pilfer.
gleam a slight, sudden, or brief flash or beam of light; glint. [2/5 definitions]
glimmer a slight, dim, or unsteady light; flicker; gleam. [2/4 definitions]
go-by (informal) an intentional passing by or slight; snub.