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Synonyms for titbit
a small tasty bit of food
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, a six-week-old Pomeranian, is small enough to fit in a cup or on the palm of your hand.
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, meaning a small piece of tasty food
Summary: The Britain's Got Talent stars give titbits of their routine which they performed for the Queen.
Ashleigh and Pudsey have been feeding us titbits of their Royal Variety Performance, which is due to air on TV next month.
Kirsty volunteers to make a daily dash for the town's market stalls to see what tasty titbits
she can pick up for the primates and porcupines.
In Tasting Titbits
, views from the Food Innovation tasting panel are given on one or two branded or own-label products.