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Definition of "nibbling" []

  • Present participle of nibble. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "nibbling" in a sentence
  • "It is the reward for your patience in nibbling the leaves."
  • "They turned out however to be unusually attractive, as donkeys go, and they were innocently engaged in nibbling, not rose-leaves but grass, under the tutelage of a barefoot boy."
  • "There’s an operatic, carnival-barker quality to Schulberg’s reporting (Evander Holyfield’s Tyson-nibbled ear becomes a “cannibalized auricle,” and said nibbling is judged “sick, sad, sordid, and psycho”) that reflects the high-low vertigo of the best sportswriting."