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
But instead, Jones tossed out the red herring that there were professional agitators out in the crowd, an unsubstantiated tidbit that some in the TV news corps snatched up and ran with without question.
But, there was one tidbit from the interview that was downright hilarious: the president of the United States is reportedly terrified of sharks.
If you're not excited by the news as either a Skyrim or HTC Vive fan, there's also the matter of an interesting tidbit in the game's Steam store listing: the game will ship with Oculus support baked in.
Plenty of other Saints tidbits are floating around with news surrounding Delvin Breaux, Willie Snead, Jimmy Graham and other free agent grumblings.
One of the most entertaining tidbits from NASCAR’s radio audio happened before Sunday’s race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway even started.
The list goes on, some three dozen kinds of tidbits.
Now, the tradition is just an amusing historical tidbit.
That's one of several tidbits in this story on Philadelphia's embrace of numbers.
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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
: a small piece of food
: a small piece of news or interesting information
TIDBIT Defined for Kids
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