tidbit

Part of speech: noun

Same as TITBIT.

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Usage examples "tidbit":

  1. A broad and shallow bowl or dish half- filled with blazing brandy, at the bottom of which lay numerous toothsome raisins- a rare tidbit in those days- and one of these, pierced with a gold button, was known as the " lucky raisin." - "The Children's Book of Christmas Stories", Various.
  2. It merely kept them in the back of the town's mind for two years, a tidbit or a terrible warning, according as you looked at it, and then it brought Miss Trevenna back to us again, alone. - "Angela's Business", Henry Sydnor Harrison.
  3. He knows very well that Marcia could not long keep such a tidbit to herself. - "Floyd Grandon's Honor", Amanda Minnie Douglas.