A bit; a little: I'd hold onto your God's little acre a bissel longer
Sometimes a bissel Yiddish goes a long way toward Mideast diplomacy.
bissel batteries turn out six hundred volts these days, and they make a fat spark when short-circuited.
bissel, also a railroad director, shows Olney's anxiety to come to the back of the roads.
"That's bissel, the fellow who hit me in the ear," cried Sam.
At the sound of the signal made by bissel, the mob rushed to the platform.