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Titbit  n.  Same as Tidbit. (Chiefly Brit.)

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"Titbit" Quotes from Famous Books

... morning most of us eat a pickle or a bit of cocoanut cake or some titbit from the lunch parcel which is opened ...
— The Woman Who Toils - Being the Experiences of Two Gentlewomen as Factory Girls • Mrs. John Van Vorst and Marie Van Vorst

... was a prodigious worker. No job was too big for him. Often he spent an hour or more in digging out a tiny titbit such as a chipmunk, and several times in his pursuit of a marmot he excavated in rockslides holes large enough for small basements. Daily he traveled many miles, foraging for food as he moved, sometimes eating swarms of grasshoppers, ...
— A Mountain Boyhood • Joe Mills

... the hall, where the air had the singular freshness of the outside day, "we haven't been very satisfied with him, not all this week. He's always been one to leave a titbit to the end; but ever since Monday he's been eating it first. If you notice a dog, Mr. Soames, at its dinner, it eats the meat first. We've always thought it such a good sign of Mr. Timothy at his age to leave it to the last, but now he seems to ...
— Forsyte Saga • John Galsworthy

... out by name which animal was to catch. He indeed managed to keep them in some sort of order and from closing around him, and though they all barked and leaped at each throw, yet only the one whose name was called would dare actually to close jaws upon the titbit. This went on for some time, until at last one huge brute, leaping higher, seized the meat intended ...
— The Bright Face of Danger • Robert Neilson Stephens

Words linked to "Titbit" :   kickshaw, dainty, tidbit, treat

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