titbit in Portugees
I leave a few tidbits out now and then, to persuade him to spare Karsh’s chickens.
Marty watched the birds swooping in the roof of the building, alighting on the landing rails for tidbits.
Not as good as old Reevis and his aide, but a few juicy tidbits.
I will be very grateful if you can send us even a small tidbit of information.
"The Mystery Man on the Beach", prize titbit by Mr Leopold Bloom.
And another little tidbit, cousin.
And I assume you added that irrelevant tidbit because you're moved by the son's idiotic tribute and think it justifies keeping your daughter in New Jersey.
Aren't you a scrumptious little tidbit.
I think I might even include a little tidbit of this desperate conversation.
I mean, let's not forget that little tidbit, right?