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
Other tidbits from the poll: CONFERENCE ROLL CALL The Southeastern Conference has five teams ranked, while the ACC, Big 12, Pac-12 and Big Ten each have four.
Those are among the interesting tidbits fans will find out in the Cowboys’ annual family cookbook that is on sale today for $29.95.
Let Trump Be Trump is the first book to have been published by Trump campaign insiders, and early coverage has fixated on its gossipy tidbits, of which there are many.
Among the tidbits uncovered: The historic president’s home was the site of a slave auction, the New York Times recently reported.
This time around is singer-songwriter Matthew Koma spilling some fun tidbits about himself, including his desires to be the best harmonica player and his guilty pleasure.
Rich and potent, the dark broth has a mildly medicinal flavor, reminiscent of woody ginseng roots and the mysterious dried tidbits that stuff the drawers at a Chinese herbalist’s shop.
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Meanwhile the slow trickle of tidbits on the Trump team’s relationship with Russia continues.
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Origin and Etymology of tidbit
First Known Use: circa 1640See Words from the same year
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