To make less to lessen
- A smaller section or quantity
- Not so much in a smaller or lower degree as less bright or loud less beautiful
- Smaller not very big or great not so much smaller inferior as a less volume or quantity a horse of less dimensions or value in a shorter time than before
- A privative adjective suffix denoting without destitute of failing to have as witless childless fatherless
- comparative of little
- used to form the comparative of some adjectives and adverbs
- (usually preceded by `no') low in quality
- (nonstandard in some utilizes but often idiomatic with measure expressions) a lot fewer
- (comparative of `little' typically used in combination with size nouns) a quantifier meaning never as great in quantity or degree
- Smaller; not too large or great; less; shorter; substandard; because, a less quantity or number; a horse of less dimensions or worth; in less time than prior to.
- less; in a smaller or reduced degree; because, less bright or noisy; less gorgeous.
- A smaller section or quantity.
- The inferior, younger, or smaller.
- To make less; to lessen.
Old English l
- (a.) Smaller; not big or great; not so much; shorter; substandard; since, a less volume or quantity; a horse of less dimensions or worth; in a shorter time than prior to.
- (adv.) Less; in an inferior or lower degree; since, less brilliant or loud; less beautiful.
- (n.) An inferior section or quantity.
- (letter.) The substandard, younger, or smaller.
- (v. t.) In order to make less; to lessen.
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