You worked with the late, great Elaine Stritch twice—on September and small time Crooks.
Keep on "small time" for a year, if necessary, and get your name known in a certain territory for a pleasing entertainer.
But small time there was to spend over mysteries or hidden things.
A small time evinced, that Natura had not been altogether mistaken in his conjectures.
Marry, that have I. By the hilts of my sword, I have lost forty crowns in as small time almost as a man might tell it.
Their journeys on foot must alone have taken up no small time.
There was small time for planning his course of action, and Andy made no plans, but permitted instinct to guide him.
Our captain had in this small time discovered up a great river, trending alongst into the main about forty miles.
I knew that you had resigned your badge for the so small time of a week, said Elise gently, but one week soon passes.
But she gave him small time to observe it; she drew herself impatiently away.
Unsuspected and possibly injurious conditions or requirements, esp when part of a contract, an insurance policy, etc: Be sure you look at the small print if you make any deals with that guy/ Does the mayor read the fine print? (entry form 1944+, variant 1960+)