Synonyms for Slight:

adj.

all (adjective)
little, tenuous, thin, flimsy.
few (adjective)
piddling.
little (adjective)
smallish.
poor (adjective)
niggardly.
short (adjective)
short.
small (adjective)
little, compact, itty-bitty, toy, modest, minute, niggardly, delicate, wee, miserly, meager, teeny, teensy, sparing, nugatory, puny, spare, scant, picayune, slim, pocket, beggarly, smallish, paltry, dwarfish, baby, diminutive, microscopic, minor, scrawny, miniature, deficient, minimal, negligible, trifling, stingy, small, bantam, petite, teeny-weeny, piddling, ungenerous, short, tiny, scanty, weeny.
thin, small in build (adjective)
flimsy, spare, skinny, light, delicate.
unimportant (adjective)
minute.

n.

offend, trade blows/insults, affront, step on someone's toes, wound, appal, shock, insult, speak/talk out of turn. jibe, slur, name calling, kiss off, offence, offense, cut, name. delicate (noun)
slender, weak, flimsy.
inconsiderable (noun)
inadequate.
insult, disrespect (noun)
cut, rebuff, cold shoulder, affront.
slight (noun)
little, weak, rebuff, flimsy, cold shoulder, tenuous, slender, slim, thin, lean.
trifling (noun)
petty, trivial, unimportant, insignificant.

v.

offend, insult (verb)
slur.

Other synonyms:

insult, name calling. discreet. midget, offense, jibe. gentle, kiss off. faint, name. cut. moderate, soft. digestible
light.
flimsy
flimsy.
thin
thin.
trifling
unimportant.
unlikely
remote.
Other relevant words:
insignificant, light, insult, unimportant, flimsy, thin, tenuous, trivial, weak, slender, affront.

Usage examples for slight

  1. In those orders there is a slight difference in the outline, but its general form is the same. – Soil Culture by J. H. Walden
  2. There was a slight pause then, suddenly broken by Dr. Lorrimore, who then spoke for the first time. – Ravensdene Court by J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher
  3. As he spoke, a slight sound at her back made her turn. – The Fruit of the Tree by Edith Wharton