She endeavoured to get him things nice to eat, trying to console him by titbits.
They crawl about their cages and fight for the titbits of food.
The tongue, brains, kidneys, and other titbits of course were eaten first.
The best morsels from their meals are put into its mouth, together with titbits and cigars.
And with these titbits of wordly wisdom, the cashier picked up his paper.
Of course they were in a high state of enjoyment over such “titbits.”
From this moment I accustomed myself to conceal the titbits that I loved under the bed.
The thicket was his shambles, and if not interrupted, he might have had a fine display of titbits in a short time.
Garey and I lent a hand; and having cut out the hump-ribs and other titbits, we returned to the camp.
She graciously let him sit by her side and partake of a few overdone titbits and a sandwich or two they had brought in the basket.