Definition of Tidbit

1. Noun. A small tasty bit of food.

Exact synonyms: Choice Morsel, Titbit
Generic synonyms: Dainty, Delicacy, Goody, Kickshaw, Treat



Definition of Tidbit

1. n. A delicate or tender piece of anything eatable; a delicious morsel.

Definition of Tidbit

1. Noun. A tasty morsel (of food, gossip etc.) ¹

2. Noun. (computing informal) A quarter of a byte (Half of a nibble). ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tidbit

1. a choice bit of food [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tidbit

tidal locking
tidal prism
tidal regime
tidal river
tidal stream
tidal volume
tidal volumes
tidal waters
tidal wave
tidal waves
tidal zone
tidalite
tidalites
tidally
tidally locked
tidbit (current term)
tidbits
tiddier
tiddies
tiddiest
tiddle
tiddled
tiddledywinks
tiddler
tiddlers
tiddles
tiddley
tiddleys
tiddlier
tiddlies

Literary usage of Tidbit

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1. English Visible Speech in Twelve Lessons by Alexander Melville Bell (1899)
"KEY. bee, buy, die, ah, bah, pa, papa, it, pit, tit, bit, beat, bead, bite, bide, died, tide, deep, dip, pity, tidbit, a bee, a bead, a bite, a bit, ..."

2. The Positive Outcome of Philosophy ; The Nature of Human Brain Work by Joseph Dietzgen, Ernest Untermann, Eugene Dietzgen (1906)
"If we call a cream puff a tidbit and rye bread a food without remembering that every food is a tidbit and even• tidbit food, and if we ignore the fact that ..."

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