Examples of tidbit in a Sentence
I just heard a juicy tidbit about your brother.
gave her an expensive box of chocolate tidbits
Recent Examples of tidbit from the Web
The interesting tidbit here is the money going toward RL-10 engine upgrades.
Another tidbit in Johnson’s account is that Miller has relinquished his theoretical power over other domestic policy matters in exchange for a firm grip on immigration.
The Hannity tidbit is not the only crazy news to come out about Cohen in the last few days.
But that tidbit may be untrue, according to Maisie Williams (Arya Stark), who had a very practical reaction to the news.
For 10 years Roig posted daily tidbits of news, interviews, and links to mp3s.
Props to Colton for coming clean with this tidbit on his own, rather than be outed by someone else later in the season.
So what does this gossip tidbit tell us about the kind of celebrity Chalamet wants to be?
Wolken spoke to the family who traveled from Maryland and found out this crazy tidbit of information.
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bit, chew, crumb, dab, dribble, driblet, fleck, hint, mote, nubbin, particle, pinch, scrap, scruple, shred, smidgen (also smidgeon), snip, snippet, speck, spot, sprinkling, suspicion, tittle, touch, trace;
TIDBIT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tidbit for English Language Learners
: a small piece of food
: a small piece of news or interesting information
TIDBIT Defined for Kids
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