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Smidge

Small amount of price, usually +/- 1/8 or 1/4.

Smidge

A very small change in a security's price, usually only a few cents.
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The softest, slimmest slices of cooked beetroot are layered, almost like an undone, oversized ravioli, with ricotta and goats' cheeses whipped with a smidge of honey.
Which is why when you taste Scream Sorbet's version of peppermint chocolate--denser and creamier and more intense than any gelato, and with not a smidge of dairy--you walk away scratching your head: How do they do it?
But who knows, maybe they would've hooked us on their own merits eventually, if only we had a smidge more patience or imagination.
On Monday to Wednesday they play in a popular Irish lounge, and whether you're in there for a smidge of dinner after a hard days work, or for a little boost to get the party started, The Boxtones will be guaranteed to improve your night ten-fold.
Charlie Fornabio recommends applying the hook point just forward of the black brain, a smidge below the horn.
True, Perez conceded, she would have liked to have had a little girl to help balance out the family just a smidge.
The light bulb, for example, doesn't strike me as a work of genius - a bit of wire and some glass, a smidge of electricity and bob's your uncle.
And with prices starting at a smidge over pounds 54,000 I suspect the queue to buy one will be comparatively short right now.
Most of the genetic material would be from the parents of the first fertilized egg, since mitochondria contain only a smidge of genetic material.
The Alpharma purchase makes sense for King, even if the Tennessee drugmaker has to boost its latest offer "a smidge higher," said Corey Davis, an analyst with Natixis Bleichroeder Inc.
Business appropriate clothes become a smidge more expressive with color and accessories and lend an independent and organized look.