small in degree; not considerable, noticeable, or serious
not strong-looking; thin and delicate
treat (a person or group) rudely, without respect, or as if unimportant
"little rain fell in May"
"gave it little thought"
"little time is left"
"we still have little money"
"a little hope remained"
"there's slight chance that it will work"
"there's a slight chance it will work"
"a tenuous argument"
"a thin plot"
"she was slender as a willow shoot is slender"
"a slim girl with straight blonde hair"
"watched her slight figure cross the street"
"She cold-shouldered her ex-fiance"
She has to put up with constant slights and humiliations.
出自： J. Carey
He had demeaned me, imposed a slight on me.
出自： B. Unsworth
Whereas Stevie remained slight in build, Molly..had grown thickset.
出自： F. Spalding
The character-list virtually tells the story of this slight play.
Parliament gave orders that Corfe [Castle] should be slighted.