[ US /ˈtɪdˌbɪt/ ]
  1. a small tasty bit of food
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How To Use tidbit In A Sentence

  • Big Brother will now know every financial tidbit about you, every ATM withdrawl, account deposit, creditcard charge, what you bought .... Senate's Wall Street bill in homestretch
  • The trivia enthusiast in me thrilled to discover oodles of esoteric tidbits on every page - and not just about salt.
  • You love the fact that an extensive and excessive vetting process provides the media and yourselves with little tidbits on which to latch your lamprey-like hypercritical mouths. Clinton again rips into vetting process
  • This interesting tidbit just in from Barbara Fullerton: Palm, inc. is changing its name to palmOne this fall. Archive 2003-10-01
  • If the dog shows no aggression, reward it with a food tidbit or verbal praise.
  • A few detail tidbits, including 4% GDP growth, we will hear ad infinitum about revealed legal documents regarding the financial collapse, all with currencies "moshing" around in the pit of chaos. WN.com - Business News
  • Here's a fun little tidbit from the Urban Dictionary: Word of the day
  • Ought to be fun, will enjoy whatever tidbits you dole out regarding uxorial bliss later in life or not, some things are private, even for a blogger. 500 miles later, I'm back in Madison.
  • I have agents in all sorts of places who feed me all kinds of interesting little tidbits of information.
  • Conversing and enjoying tidbits of food is the core of the Spanish character.
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