Definition of "titbit" [tit•bit]

  • Variant of tidbit. (noun)

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Use "titbit" in a sentence
  • "I will fabricate an award out of tin foil and plaster in recognition of that unsolicited macro-economic titbit, which is quite true enough."
  • "The word "titbit," in English since the early 17th century, became "tidbit" when it crossed the Atlantic."
  • "Olga offered to show me the ropes because she thought I was a "titbit" – as young girls who had not been long in the business were called – and she did not like to think of another girl being so lonely and isolated as she had been during her first weeks at the "Ice Palace," as she called the house."