Synonyms of modicum
littleDictionary • I like to think I've had a modicum of success.
little • Don't give me too much. Just a little.
bit • a bit of cake
touch • She thought she might have a touch of flu.
scrap • a fire fuelled by scraps of wood
dash • Add a dash of balsamic vinegar.
grain • a grain of sand
particle • Particles of food can get stuck between the teeth.
fragment • She read everything, digesting every fragment of news.
atom • one carbon atom attached to four hydrogens
pinch • a pinch of salt
ounce • If only my father had possessed an ounce of business sense.
shred • There is not a shred of truth in this story.
crumb • I stood up, brushing crumbs from my trousers.
tinge • Could there have been a slight tinge of envy in her voice?
tad (informal, mainly US)
speck • He leaned forward and brushed a speck of dust off his shoes.
iota • Our credit standards have not changed one iota.
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atomAn atom is the smallest amount of a substance that can take part in a chemical reaction.
• one carbon atom attached to four hydrogens
• a bit of cake
crumbCrumbs are tiny pieces that fall from bread, biscuits, or cake when you cut it or eat it.
• I stood up, brushing crumbs from my trousers.
Thesaurus for modicum from the Collins English Thesaurus