Puny

Definition of Puny

Pu´ny
a.1.Imperfectly developed in size or vigor; small and feeble; inferior; petty.
A puny subject strikes at thy great glory.
- Shak.
Breezes laugh to scorn our puny speed.
- Keble.
n.1.A youth; a novice.

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