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    petty


    1. There is a form of email called eye messaging on this planet and he checked for messages and found nothing but petty complaints of some in the community toward some others in the community or some aspect of local custom they don't want to adapt to


    2. He would not be so petty as to put on another display of power now that this one didn't work


    3. "You really think God cares what magic level you set? I admit the church does, but do you think God is that petty?"


    4. He was ashamed of their petty


    5. they received some sort of petty retribution when you were indifferent all


    6. She wondered how seriously he took the petty tribulations of the starship times, now that the starship age seemed to be over already


    7. It’s petty and she knows she will give in, but the look on his face makes it worth it


    8. Perhaps because of this, or any other contributions made from an unending range of factors, the incidence of petty crimes and destructive pranks rose to an all time high that season


    9. There are Men who are mean, petty tyrants who love nothing more than to laugh at the misfortune of others and care more about amassing wealth than about protecting the innocent


    10. There are Women who are mean, petty tyrants who love nothing more than to laugh at the misfortune of others and care more about amassing wealth than about protecting the innocent

















































































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    Synonyme für "petty"

    petit larceny petty petty larceny small-minded fiddling footling lilliputian little niggling picayune piddling piffling trivial junior-grade lower-ranking lowly secondary subaltern diminutive inconsiderable insignificant lesser negligible nugatory narrow small mean inconsequent miserly inconsequential stingy shallow