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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

To eat with little bites.

Usage examples (34)
  • I had a nibble from a Spanish institution a few years back.
  • That's just a nibble from a post full of meat (the historical context alone is well worth your mouse click.)
  • This morning, for example, it was a quick flit through the studios of SKY News and a quick nibble from the toothless gums of our Eamonn.
  • Not a nibble from the Administration, which instead chose to embarrass the residents with the misbegotten site for going on eight months. for more
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