Bit synonyms

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A part of a larger whole, usually in such a form that it is able to be separated from other parts.
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Fragment is defined as a piece of something that wasn’t finished.
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(Figuratively) A bit, small amount.
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A very small piece of matter, a fragment; especially, the smallest possible part of something. [from 14th c.]
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Something of little value or importance; trivial thing, idea, etc.; paltry matter
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A small coin formerly circulated in England, rated at about a third of a farthing. The name is also applied to the lepton, a small coin used in Palestine in the time of Christ.
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(Founding) A thin piece of metal, used in a mould to steady a core.
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The definition of iota is the ninth letter in the Greek alphabet, or a tiny bit of something.
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The least bit; an iota:
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A particle; the least trace
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A sharp, slender piece, as of wood, bone, glass, or metal, split or broken off from a main body.
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An indiscriminate or indefinite number, measure, or quantity; a collection; a group.
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A section or quantity within a larger thing; a part of a whole.
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The definition of a drop is a small amount of something, especially a liquid.
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A tiny drop.
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A slow, small, or irregular quantity that moves, proceeds, or occurs intermittently.
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A small amount; bit
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The act of one that sprinkles
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One that is delightful and extremely pleasing.
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A lump, scoop or considerable quantity of something.
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The definition of a dab is a quick touch or pat.
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In Morse and similar codes, the long sound or signal used in combination with the dot and silent intervals to represent letters or numbers.
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Pinch is defined as a squeeze, or a difficulty, or a tiny amount of something.
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(Computing) a textfile containing a relatively small amount of code, useless by itself, along with instructions for inserting that code into a larger codebase
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(Informal) One that is small or slight in size or stature.
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In general, a fragment; a piece; a particle; a very small amount.
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The smallest, indivisible constituent part or unit of something. (Now generally interpreted as a figurative use of the physics sense, above.) [from 17th c.]
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A tiny amount; a bit:
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A tiny computer for remote sensing. Also known as smartdust.
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A tough scale, sheath, or shell; especially an elytron of a beetle.
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One of the small, round disks or counters used in poker and other gambling games as a token for money
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The definition of a fraction is a mathematical expression with a numerator and a denominator, a disconnected piece or a small part of something.
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A loose, thin, continuous fiber or strand, as of wool or flax after carding, ready to be drawn and twisted
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(Computing) A region of memory or a fragment of an executable file designated to contain a particular part of a program.
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(Railroading) Part of a sleeping car containing an upper and lower berth
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A solid mass of no special shape, esp. one small enough to be taken up in the hand; hunk
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(Medicine) A section of image taken of an internal organ using MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), CT (computed tomography), or various forms of x-ray.
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Something shaved off, esp. a thin slice of wood or metal
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The definition of a sample is a small part of something used to represent the whole or to learn something about the whole.
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An organism, part of an organism, or fossil that has been collected and usually preserved, especially for display or scientific research.
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One of the many small hard dermal or epidermal structures that characteristically form the external covering of fishes and reptiles and certain mammals, such as pangolins.
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The definition of a flake is a small piece of something, or is slang for an unreliable person.
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A small portion of food or a slice, especially of meat.
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The definition of an excerpt is a quote from a book or film.
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A small piece; bit; fragment; shred
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(US) The dividing line formed by combing the hair in different directions. syn. transl.
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(Mil.) A major tactical or administrative unit that can act independently and is under one command
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(Finance) A financial instrument that shows that one owns a part of a company that provides the benefit of limited liability.
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Trace is defined as evidence or a visible mark, or a very small amount of something.
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The definition of a hint is a suggestion or small amount of something, or revealing just a bit of information.
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The manner in which the action of a piano, etc. responds to the fingers
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The definition of a tad is a little amount of something, or a little boy.
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A line of text having a legal or other meaning; a separate particular in an account.
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(Computing) A discrete segment of a file, stream, etc. (especially one that represents audiovisual media); a block.
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The act of removing the outer covering or skin.
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(Uncountable, figuratively) A small amount of experience with something that gives a sense of its quality as a whole.
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A short, rapid burst of activity, often careless, as in cleaning up, etc.
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(Informal) A long word or a group of words that is hard to say
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The definition of a bite is the act of using your teeth to dig into something, a wound inflicted by someone's teeth digging into something, a quick snack, or an amount cut off.
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An amount, especially of something unpleasant, to which one is subjected:
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A minute quantity; a mite.
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The definition of a stub is the remaining part, after the majority of something has been removed.
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(Mechanical) A joint where the ends of two objects come squarely together without scarfing or chamfering; – also called a butt joint.
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(Politics) An occasion at which the campaign takes place.
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A brief period; short time or spell
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A small quantity
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Plural form of peanut
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A trifling amount of money.
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(Canada) A native of Smithers, British Columbia.
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A very small quantity or amount.
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A small dark speck or stain made by the excrement of a fly.
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A locality; place
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A unit of angular measurement, such as longitude or right ascension, equal to1 /60 of a minute of arc.
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A particular moment
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A measure of the distance usually covered in a minute
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(Computing) A unit of time defined by the frequency of its basic timer; historically, and by convention, 0.01 seconds, but some operating systems use other values.
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A small quantity or amount:
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Minimum means the lowest amount or allowable amount of something.
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A unit of length in the FPS system, equal to112 foot (2.54 cm)
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An extremely small space or amount
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(Countable) The variation or deviation from a standard, especially the maximum permitted variation in an engineering measurement. [from 20th c.]
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(Econ.) The minimum return, below which activities are not profitable enough to be continued
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One of the long stiff tactile bristles or hairs that grow near the mouth and elsewhere on the head of most mammals; a vibrissa.
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A brief period of sleep; especially forty winks.
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Fabric made from the hair of certain animals:
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A small degree
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A small degree
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A row of the hairs fringing the eyelid.
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A chain or strap passed around a horse's lower jaw and attached to the bit: the curb checks the horse by causing it to lower its head when the reins are pulled
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A type of bit used on a bridle, which works by leverage and has shanks and a curb chain.
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(Figuratively) Decorative wear that looks like a snaffle.
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A device placed in the mouth to keep it open, as in dentistry.
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A boring or gouging implement
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Rain, snow, or smoke driven before the wind
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The definition of an auger is a tool used for drilling either used independently in a brace or attached to a larger mechanism.
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Quantity is defined as an amount, measure or number.
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The definition of a lot is a large number or greater extent.
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The degree or amount by which one thing or number exceeds another; remainder; as, the difference between two numbers is the excess of one over the other.
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The quality of being infinite
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(Colloquial, darts) A score of 180 with three darts.
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(Idiomatic) A large number or amount.
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The definition of a moment is a brief period of time, or a specific point in time.
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A bitless headpiece of rope or straps, placed on the head of animals such as cattle or horses to lead or tie them.
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A task or exercise for teaching a skill or procedure by repetition:
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(US) (golf) A hole in one.
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A flat thin part or section, especially one that makes contact to perform a desired action:
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(Figuratively) A restraint; a curb; a check.
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The definition of a check is a sudden stop or a person or thing that restrains or controls.
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(Astronomy) One of the small, transient, luminous markings in the photosphere of the sun.
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A morsel; bit; fragment
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A small scrap or leaving of food after a meal is completed.
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A very small amount:
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(Uncountable) control or caution; reserve
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A sharp blow; a slap. See also: spank.
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(Slang, archaic) Any circumstance out of which money may be made or an advantage gained. used primarily in the phrase soft snap.
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(Australian) A period of rest.
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The definition of a splice is a joint made by twisting or overlapping the ends.
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(Uncountable, with possessive) A person's youth or young adulthood, as opposed to the present day.
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(Pharmacy) A dilute solution consisting of a medicinal substance in alcohol or in alcohol and water, usually 10% to 20% by volume: tinctures are more dilute than fluid extracts and more volatile than spirits
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A slight trace, flavor, odor, etc.; smack; touch
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The definition of a tool is a device with a specific purpose.
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The definition of a vestige is a small amount of something or the last remaining part of something that no longer exists.
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(Colloquial, uncountable) urine
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The time, effort, or trouble taken in doing something:
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A thing complete in itself, or a complete organization of integrated parts; a unity, entirety, or system
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The act of braking, of using a brake to slow down a machine or vehicle
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A strap or cord attached to a harness worn by a small child, used to prevent the child from wandering off.
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To inhibit or restrain; hold back:
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To keep from departing or getting away:
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(Idiomatic) to delay, especially in school
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(Idiomatic) To restrain; to check.
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To control, restrict, or arrest
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To hold back; restrain:
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To raise:
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(Idiomatic, nautical) To tighten a sail by pulling on a rope.
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To control, restrict, or arrest
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So as to be available or under one's control:
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To control, restrict, or arrest
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To restrain is defined as to hold back or keep under control.
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Any small, round spot
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A small fish; a minnow.
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A tiny bit:
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A very small quantity, amount, or part
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A brief article, notice, or announcement, as in a newspaper.
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A short, sometimes humorous piece in a newspaper or magazine, usually used as a filler.
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An account or report regarding the facts of an event or group of events:
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Blank sections in printed material or broadcast time available for use by advertisers.
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A set of customary or unchanging and often mechanically performed activities or procedures:
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A biological insulation garment; an air-tight, full-body suit intended to prevent the spread of contaminants.
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A usually brief detail of news or information
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Organized activity to accomplish an objective:
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An act is defined as an action or something which is done.
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One of the separate offerings in a program of music or other entertainment:
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The act of turning or the condition of being turned; rotation or revolution.
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A small bit or flake:
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A double, eclipsing variable star in the constellation Perseus, almost as bright as Polaris.
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A programming language developed in the late 1950s and early 1960s and used especially for business applications. It is closer to English than many other high-level languages, making it easier to learn.
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The sign ⟨ № ⟩.
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To harden or impart a finish to by subjecting to intense heat; fire:
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To prick or wound with a sting
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(Intransitive, dated) To be punctured; to suffer or feel a sharp pain, as by puncture.
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To cheat or deceive or to practice trickery or deception.
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To have a prickling or stinging feeling, as from cold, a sharp slap, excitement, etc.
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Taste is defined as to try a food or drink or to notice the flavor of something.
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(Intransitive) To attempt to seize with the teeth or bite.
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In a smart way
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To lay sudden or forcible hold of something.
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To deteriorate or degenerate through inactivity or neglect:
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To reduce or put an end to, as if by a puncture
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(Horticulture) To cut shoots or buds of a plant in order to shape the plant, or to improve its yield.
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To cut or pass through with or as if with a sharp instrument; stab or penetrate.
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To drink (liquor) in nips
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To show little interest in food by taking only small bites intermittently
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To rip, cut, or tear.
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To compel (a person) to serve in the military, particularly in the naval forces, especially by seizure.
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To bite, chew on, or erode with the teeth.
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To make a long deep cut in; slash deeply.
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(Intransitive) To consume (something solid or semi-solid, usually food) by putting it into the mouth and swallowing it.
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(Intransitive, of organic material) To rot, to go bad.
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To carve (meat)
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To crush something, especially food, with a noisy crackling sound.
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To eat into or wear away gradually, as by rusting or by the action of chemicals
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To bite down (on), repeatedly and restlessly
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(Informal) To chew tobacco as a habit.
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To foil or escape by tricks or by good luck
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(Intransitive) to bite or chew, especially noisily or impatiently.
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To blight is to spoil or destroy something or to cause an urban area to become run-down and neglected.
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(Archaic) To stop for food during a journey
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(Intransitive) To hold, be attached, or devoted; to remain fixed, either by personal union or conformity of faith, principle, or opinion; as, men adhere to a party, a cause, a leader, a church.
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To incur the risk of
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(Intransitive) To enlist oneself as a volunteer.
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To read or repeat line by line.
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To hook (a fish that has taken the bait) by a pull on the line.
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To carve, cut, or etch into a block or surface used for printing.
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To decay; rot or putrefy.
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To absorb; engross:
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To grow worse; degenerate:
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To cause to pass into solution:
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To eat into; corrode:
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To undergo decomposition, especially organic decomposition; decay.
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To scorch or burn the surface of
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To impress or delineate clearly:
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To reduce drastically
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(Archaic or nonstandard) To chew; to grind with one's teeth; to masticate (food, or the cud); to champ (at the bit).
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To mutilate or disfigure by battering, hacking, cutting, or tearing:
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(Intransitive) To chew cud. (Said of ruminants.) Involves regurgitating partially digested food from the rumen.
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To eat with pleasure.
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To chew food.
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To touch or handle something nervously or persistently:
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Gulp is defined as to swallow or inhale quickly or deeply.
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To caress or rub with the mouth or lips
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To wear a sailing vessel
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To leave to chance; risk
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To cause (a creature) physical pain and/or injury.
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To apply violent force to someone or something.
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To have or cause pain
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