Noun(1) any of various small breeds of fowl
Adjective(1) very small
(1) what a wiry bantam he is!(2) ├ö├ç├┐It's an achievement to win something like this,├ö├ç├û said East Londoner Alan Volker whose Old English Game bantam won the best bantam on show.(3) He prowled, then pounced - ballet technique in high gear - like a prize bantam ; she shimmied - midriff bare, legs striking out from her flaming outfit - to dish out a hot-pepper attitude.(4) To his credit, Higgins is an exception, standing up like a bantam fighting cock when he feels inspired.(5) This year, for the first time, we have not had parents coaching our bantam or midget teams.(6) A True Bantam is a breed of bantam that does not have a large fowl equivalent and the Rosecomb is an English breed dating back well over a hundred years.(7) WBC bantam champion Veeraphol Sahaprom stopped Boy Givara in round seven of a ten-round non-title bout at the Mall Shopping Center Stadium in Bangkok.(8) bantam hockey(9) Tiger Flowers was middleweight champion in 1926, Panama Al Brown the bantam in 1929, Kid Chocolate the Jr. lightweight in 1931, and John Henry Lewis light heavyweight belt holder in 1935.(10) Out back were the Vietnamese pheasants and bantams that Kilroy-Silk breeds.(11) The Ôö¼├║7.99 book was inspired by the dozen bantams and sole chicken, Val, that she keeps in the back garden.(12) I always despised dolls; we were outdoor children and puppies, bantams , guinea-pigs and, of course, ponies, were so much more interesting.(13) I had not tasted a real ├ö├ç├┐home-grown├ö├ç├û egg till I befriended a wholesome farming woman, whose Rhode Islands and Sussex bantams run freely around the adjoining fields.(14) Pladner said he was through fighting as a flyweight, and would henceforth turn his attention to the bantams .(15) When there was no one else to spar with, he and his brother Johnny, who's now 16, would flail at each other like mad bantams .(16) In the poultry tent bantams strutted their stuff as proudly as any cocksure pop star, while there was sheep-like following for anyone careless enough to leave a pen hurdle unclosed.
1. flyspeck ::
2. midget ::
3. diminutive ::
4. petite ::
6. tiny ::
Different Formsbantam, bantams
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