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        Noun: slight  slIt
        1. A deliberate discourteous act (usually as an expression of anger or disapproval)
          - rebuff
        Verb: slight  slIt
        1. Pay no attention to, disrespect
          "She slighted her ex-fiancé";
          - cold-shoulder
        Adjective: slight (slighter,slightest)  slIt
        1. Lacking substance or significance
          "slight evidence";
          - flimsy, fragile, tenuous, thin
           
        2. Being of delicate or thin build
          "watched her slight figure cross the street";
          - slender, slim, svelte
           
        3. (quantifier used with mass nouns) small in quantity or degree; not much or almost none or (with 'a') at least some
          "there's slight chance that it will work";
          - little

        Sounds like: slows, slight, s

        Derived forms: slighted, slighter, slightest, slighting, slights

        See also: insignificant, lean, less, meager [N. Amer], meagre [Brit, Cdn], small [archaic], thin, unimportant

        Type of: brush aside, brush off [informal], discount, discourtesy, dismiss, disregard, ignore, offence [Brit, Cdn], offense [US], offensive activity, push aside

        Encyclopedia: Slight, James