In this crisis, there were no hands on deck—no one willing to budge one iota from their respective ideological corners.
Couch was not sentenced to an iota of time in a juvenile detention center or prison.
They have no toys and not one iota of affection and connections with staff, which leads to attachment issues.
Any attempt to encroach on it, even by an iota, will ultimately lead to our enslavement by a federal tyranny.
“J.D. Salinger,” said the sweet-faced actress, who has not changed one iota in the last three decades.
Of business ability, Burton had never possessed one iota, and his private affairs were constantly mis-managed.
There was not an iota of stinginess in his habitual economy.
The revolutionist ought without cease to develop every iota of his energy; he must deepen and broaden it; but this demands time.
One would not detract an iota from the achievements of these gallant adventurers.
Then, after staggering and trembling, the iota came on an even keel.
"very small amount," 1630s, figurative use of iota, ninth and smallest letter in the Greek alphabet. Modern use is after Matt. v:18 (see jot), but iota in classical Greek also was proverbially used of anything very small. The letter name is from Semitic (cf. Hebrew yodh).
iota i·o·ta (ī-ō'tə)
Symbol ι The ninth letter of the Greek alphabet.
A specification language.
["The Iota Programming System", R. Nakajima er al, Springer 1983].