Synonym: dainty, delicate, disregard, flimsy, frail, ignore, neglect, overlook, petite, puny, slender, small, svelte, thin, tiny. Antonym: respect. Similar words: slightly, highlight, light, flight, light up, delight, lightly, lighting. Meaning: [slaɪt] n. a deliberate discourteous act (usually as an expression of anger or disapproval). v. pay no attention to, disrespect. adj. 1. having little substance or significance 2. almost no or (with `a') at least some; very little 3. being of delicate or slender build.
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2. He's got a headache and a slight fever.
3. They met with a slight mishap on the way.
4. We shouldn't slight anybody even if he's a nobody.
5. The picture was at a slight angle.
6. The X-ray showed a slight irregularity in one lung.
7. There was a slight chill in the air .
8. A slight earth tremor was felt in California.
9. The accident had left him with a slight limp.
10. Her voice had a slight Australian twang.
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11. It was a slight overlook on my part.
12. A slight breeze was blowing.
13. His mouth gave a slight twitch.
14. Share prices have taken a slight dip.
15. He felt slight irritation at being kept waiting.
16. He gave a slight, sad smile.
17. I positioned the photo at a slight tilt.
18. She said to him with slight irony.
19. The dial records very slight variations in pressure.
20. Unfortunately, this plate has a slight flaw in it.
21. Doctors say he has made a slight improvement.
22. He had developed a slight American accent.
23. I woke up with a slight headache.
24. She smiled to hide her slight embarrassment.
25. She had a slight Australian twang.
26. I've got a slight headache.
27. I have a slight cold.
28. Goods with slight defects are sold at half price.
29. The differences between the pictures are very slight.
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