EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TIDBIT
It reminds one of sea-birds skimming the water, and anon diving for a tidbit.
Then he brought some tidbit in his beak, went to the edge of the nest, and fed her.
Often some tidbit of food lay there, brought for Bobby by a stranger.
In order to thrust a tidbit into his mouth she must often stand on her tiptoes.
Mac digested this tidbit as he pulled on a fresh pair of coveralls.
He stuck his nose over the top wire, begging for some tidbit.
The Colonel gave him another morsel of information—a tidbit that mollified him.
Gossip had heard and had seized upon this tidbit with relish.
Instantly there would be the fiercest sort of a scramble for the tidbit.
So down went the other paw, which shot out to receive the tidbit.