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Already he was nibbling at other pleasures, and with a youngster of his kind one or two nibbles mean three or four.
The line was continually bobbing and the nibbles were distinct and gratifying.
It visits the fields at night, clambers up the maize stalks, nibbles a few seeds out of a cob, and then runs to another plant.
Perhaps a clause in the treaty upon the general subject of nibbles might be of service.
OUT OF THE HURLY-BURLYCHARLES HEBER CLARK
Jimmy Rabbit was enjoying a few nibbles at one of Farmer Green's cabbages.
THE TALE OF HENRIETTA HENARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
Megaleep nibbles a bite or two, then wanders away and away in search of another tree like the one he has just left.
WILDERNESS WAYSWILLIAM J LONG
When in doubt he cuts a bit of wool from the rug, nibbles it a minute or so, and then pronounces his sure verdict.
THE ORIENTAL RUGWILLIAM D. ELLWANGER
If you will give such very little nibbles of your time, you must give me more of them.
JEWEL WEEDALICE AMES WINTER
Now I return to myself, who am descended from a freed-man; whom every body nibbles at, as being descended from a freed-man.
And the cork float on Laddie's line would bob up and down a little as though he, too, had nibbles.

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