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tidbits

noun as in eats

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Are there other tidbits like that from other episodes that you, as a TV fan, were most surprised by?

Fellini had actual press photographers on set to leak tidbits to keep the sensationalism around the film alive.

Those interesting tidbits, however, quickly spiraled into insufferable anecdotes.

Ailes, a former Republican political operative, is the subject of juicy tidbits in the book.

And one supposes there could conceivably emerge some kind of damaging Benghazi-related tidbits.

Then Mr. Blackbird selected a good many choice tidbits here and there, which he bolted with gusto.

If ever a dog was cared for and fed tidbits, it was Bruno, and in a few days he showed no signs of his fast.

Raymond enjoyed these tidbits of gossip about the Bridgeboro Troop, the members of which were all more or less heroes to him.

These tidbits must be given sparingly, for if the bird eats them constantly it will grow so fat that it can not sing.

It was absorbed by the multitude of tiny tidbits with which it had been provided.

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On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tidbits, such as: grub, chow, comestibles, eatables, fare, and meals.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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