Don’t make little of me.
I think little of his novel.
He made little of his illness.
He makes little of our efforts.
He made little of my complaints.
He drank very little of the water.
Critics thought little of the play.
We think little of him as a scholar.
I see little of my father these days.
They made little of the pouring rain.
I know little of the recent situation.
He made little of his father’s advice.
We know little of his personal history.
Despite her warning, he made little of the matter.
As a matter of fact, he knows very little of the matter.
She made little of her mother’s advice and went out alone.
Well then, let’s show a little of our real strength shall we?
He knows little of mathematics, still less of chemistry.
She was brave and cheerful, and always made little of her troubles.
Today there seems to be a tendency to make little of human relations.
Marie Lloyd once observed that a little of what you fancy does you good.
My children have not received a religious education of any kind, so they know little of Christianity.
Studies show that very little of human behavior is directly determined by the individual’s genetic makeup.
Our country enjoys only an illusion of democracy, many people don’t vote, the choice of candidates is pathetically limited, and most parties do little of what they promised once they are in office.