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small stuff

noun, Nautical
1.
small cordage, as marlines, yarns, etc.
Origin
1865-1870
1865-70
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  • The hardest is all the small stuff that is not worth an unmanned rocket flight.
  • They are so busy looking for the really big stuff that they don't see that it's the small stuff that people happy.
  • But this investment is still relatively small stuff.
  • Sometimes it is really small stuff but you'll never see it on your own.
  • Try to figure out how to distinguish between the small stuff and the big stuff.
  • That's still pricey, but it foretells a world with a lot less running to the store for small stuff.
  • Finding a purple tree house is small stuff compared with navigating a crowded street.
  • Don't sweat the small stuff, and focus on larger goals.
British Dictionary definitions for small stuff

small stuff

noun
1.
(nautical) any light twine or yarn used aboard ship for serving lines, etc
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