If it's worth twenty-five cents, call it two-bit.
The Louisiana French word picaillon means "five-cent coin," and we brought that word into English as "picayune."
"Duterte's beef with the U.S. spans historical atrocities and picayune slights — such as being denied a visa to visit his college girlfriend."
Explain the meaning of "picayune" without saying "paltry" or "frivolous."
Fill in the blanks: "(Some major fee, price, mistake, or offense) makes (some previous fee, price, mistake, or offense) look picayune."
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1. The opposite of PICAYUNE is
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