Definition of Sunket

1. a tidbit [n -S] - See also: tidbit



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sunket

sungrazing
sungrebe
sungrebes
sunhat
sunhats
sunitinib
sunk
sunk cost
sunk costs
sunk fence
sunken
sunken-eyed
sunken arch
sunken garden
sunkenly
sunket (current term)
sunkets
sunkie
sunkies
sunkissed
sunks
sunlamp
sunlamps
sunland
sunlands
sunless
sunlessly
sunlessness
sunlight
sunlights

Literary usage of Sunket

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1894)
"Somebody's ower near the fire ; thor claes is sung." SUNK, a straw pad formerly used for a pack saddle. Compare SOD and PAD. sunket, a small number, ..."

2. A Dictionary of Lowland Scotch: With an Introductory Chapter Onthe Poetry by Charles Mackay (1888)
"sunket-tinte is meal-time. The etymology of sunket is uncertain. Herd derived it from something.—JAMIESON. Whenever an uncertain etymology in English or ..."

3. The Vocabulary of East Anglia: An Attempt to Record the Vulgar Tongue of the by Robert Forby (1830)
"It is often applied to bread not sufficiently baked. sunket, ». to pamper; cocker; cram with delicacies. sunket, s. a contemptuous application of a silly ..."

4. The Vocabulary of East Anglia: An Attempt to Record the Vulgar Tongue of the by Robert Forby (1830)
"It is often applied to bread not sufficiently baked. sunket, v. to pamper; cocker; cram with delicacies. sunket, s. a contemptuous application of a silly ..."

5. Suffolk Words and Phrases: Or, An Attempt to Collect the Lingual Localisms by Edward Moor (1823)
"In Scotland' sunket seems to imply tne same -^iand the word is sometimes so pronounced in Suffolk. See sunket. •'' ,"-;-h Shakespeare writes the word ..."

6. Suffolk Words and Phrases: Or, An Attempt to Collect the Lingual Localisms by Edward Moor (1823)
"In Scotland sunket seems to imply the same —and the word is sometimes so ... See sunket. Shakespeare writes the word Junket, and in our Suffolk sense, ..."

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