a. (eye dialect of little English)
Usage examples of "leetle".
She measured off the breadths kinder trembly, and seemed so anxious to pacify me that she got it a leetle shorter in the back than it wuz in the front.
Well, he kin git the chance ef I gits my leetle account settled with ole Steve Brayton fust.
Then with regard to nourishment, he would be inclined already to shove in a leetle stimulant, a thimbleful perhaps four times a day with food--not without--mixed with an egg, with arrowroot, with custard.
And leetle mans keek an' keek an' keek, an' bime by, long time, long way, keek beeg mans into my cabin.
Spock, can I have a leetle power from yen generator, or have you bollixed it completely?
Cold winter melon soup, gosling salad with raspberry vinegar, a nice sweetbread and truffles teaser, pike and crayfish quenelles, blackened chicken with ze leetle tiny pink peppercorns, the always chi-chi pasta pesto, of course, and to top it off, lightly baked goat cheese and a daring cucumber-pineapple sorbet.
Eet ees the story of a leetle Fransh girl who comes to a beeg ceety, just like New York, and falls een love wees a leetle boy from Brookleen.