a treat for the small fry.
unimportant persons or objects:
Her parties were closed to the small fry.
small or young fish.
people or things regarded as unimportant
young or small fishes
Young children, as in This show is not suitable for small fry.
Persons of little importance or influence, as in She wasn’t about to invite the Washington small fry to the reception. Both usages allude to fry in the sense of “young or small fish.” [ Late 1800s ]
noun 1. wild animals and birds hunted for sport, as rabbits or doves, that are smaller than animals, as deer and bears, classified as big game. noun 1. (Brit) small animals that are hunted for sport
- Small goods
plural noun 1. (Austral & NZ) meats bought from a delicatessen, such as sausages
/ˈsmɔːlˌhəʊldɪŋ/ noun 1. a holding of agricultural land smaller than a small farm
noun, British. 1. a piece of land rented or sold to a farmer by county authorities for purposes of cultivation.