Definition of kibble
(Entry 1 of 2)
1 : coarsely ground meal or grain typically used as animal feed) especially : small, dry pellets of processed food for pets (such as dogs and cats) If you have a duck pond in your local park, take a bag of bread or dog kibble and let your youngster feed the grateful ducks. — Suzanne Down
2 : a pellet of kibble —usually plural The treats should be tiny so that she does not get full. Cat food kibbles make a good treat because they are tiny and usually palatable to dogs.— Katherine A. HouptAmericans' pets are undoubtedly the best-fed animals in the world, but it costs their owners a lot to keep them in kibbles.— Jake Chapline
Definition of kibble (Entry 2 of 2)
: to grind coarsely kibbled dog biscuit kibbled grain
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