Last modified on 19 August 2013, at 18:48

bitsy

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bitsy (comparative bitsier, superlative bitsiest)

  1. Fragmented.
  2. Very small, tiny.
    • 1994, Josette Dermody Wingo, Mother Was a Gunner's Mate: World War II in the Waves, 2000 page 25,
      The models are all made to scale — twelve inches for our big new battle wagons and the carriers; the older battleships and the others, cruisers, destroyers, get littler and littler, down to the bitsiest ones.
    • 1995, J.D. Robb (Nora Roberts), Glory in Death, 2000, unnumbered page,
      He never leaves anything out, not the tiniest memo, the bitsiest note.
    • 2001, Eugene Cunningham, Gun Bulldogger, page 34,
      “It won′t be making the bitsiest bit of difference, Fielder. []

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