Less. Day 10.

less[ les ]
1. to a smaller extent, amount, or degree: less exact.
2. most certainly not (often preceded by much or still): He could barely pay for his own lodging, much less for that of his friend.
3. in any way different; other: He is nothing less than a thief.
1. smaller in size, amount, degree, etc.; not so large, great, or much: less money; less speed.
2. lower in consideration, rank, or importance: no less a person than the manager.
3. fewer: less than a dozen.
1. a smaller amount or quantity: Hundreds of soldiers arrived, but less of them remained.
2. something inferior or not as important: He was tortured for less.
1. minus; without: a year less two days; six dollars less tax.
1. less than.by far short of being; not in the least; hardly at all: The job is less than perfect.
1. an adjective suffix meaning “without” ( childless; peerless ), and in adjectives derived from verbs, indicating failure or inability to perform or be performed ( resistless; tireless ).
little[ lit-l ]
1. small in size; not big; not large; tiny: a little desk in the corner of the room.
2. short in duration; not extensive; short; brief: a little while.
3. small in number: a little group of scientists.
4. small in amount or degree; not much: little hope.
5. of a certain amount; appreciable (usually preceded by a): We’re having a little difficulty.
6. being such on a small scale: little farmers.
7. younger or youngest: He’s my little brother.
8. not strong, forceful, or loud; weak: a little voice.
9. small in consideration, importance, position, affluence, etc.: little discomforts; tax reductions to help the little fellow.
10. mean, narrow, or illiberal: a little mind.
11. endearingly small or considered as such: Bless your little heart!
12. amusingly small or so considered: a funny little way of laughing.
13. contemptibly small, petty, mean, etc., or so considered: filthy little political tricks.
1. not at all (used before a verb): He little knows what awaits him.
2. in only a small amount or degree; not much; slightly: a little-known work of art; little better than a previous effort.
3. seldom; rarely; infrequently: We see each other very little.
1. a small amount, quantity, or degree: They did little to make him comfortable. If you want some ice cream, there’s a little in the refrigerator.
2. a short distance: It’s down the road a little.
3. a short time: Stay here for a little.
1. in little.on a small scale; in miniature: a replica in little of Independence Hall.
2. little by little.by small degrees; gradually: The water level rose little by little.
3. to understand or interpret only slightly: Scholars made little of the newly discovered text.
4. not a little.to a great extent; very much; considerably: It tired me not a little to stand for three hours.
5. think little of.to treat casually; regard as trivial: They think little of driving 50 miles to see a movie.


I had a realization today, people don’t actually need me that much. I don’t need to stress out about my school work so much, it’s kinda preventing me from actually getting it done. That’s plants will be okay for a day, hell, so will the cat. No ones actually reading this fucker anyhow, and I have a restorative yoga class to rock. Peace out. 


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