adjective, bit·ti·er, bit·ti·est.
Informal. tiny; itty-bitty: a little bitty town.
Chiefly British. containing or consisting of small bits or pieces; fragmentary.
Origin of bitty
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Related Words for bittypoor, limited, short, paltry, slight, meager, young, miniature, modest, cramped, microscopic, narrow, minuscule, small-scale, insignificant, teeny, puny, sketchy, scattered, little
Examples from the Web for bitty
Historical Examples of bitty
Grandma was a little, bitty woman; so little that she wore a number one shoe.
It's just a bitty little dot, but the map was made before the evacuation started.The Cosmic Computer
Henry Beam Piper
adjective -tier or -tiest
lacking unity; disjointed
containing bits, sediment, etc
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