verb (used without object), nib·bled, nib·bling.
verb (used with object), nib·bled, nib·bling.
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OTHER WORDS FROM nibbleun·nib·bled, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for nibble
Enjoy these with casual snacks or appetizers, such as olives, salami and other nibbles.This $14 Italian red is a gem that invites a pairing with a pot roast or pasta|Dave McIntyre|February 12, 2021|Washington Post
Inside a cabinet are more snacks, all complimentary, including a selection of savory and sweet nibbles, waters, and even Kombucha.Escape (safely) to Baltimore’s luxurious Ivy Hotel|Kevin Naff|December 4, 2020|Washington Blade
Will he nibble around the edges, or will he actually take on the oil companies?
Would he be able to nibble on foie gras, slurp fettuccine Alfredo, and sample chocolate mousse without putting on weight again?
It stopped to nibble a few burrs, and when it was shooed on, it didn't stop to walk around the obstruction.
The result was that the sheep came right up to the door to nibble the young and juicy grass.
If they are young hawk-bills, they will nibble the seaweed, and soon go on to crabs and shell-fish, and even little fishes.The Animal Story Book|Various
Beneath this the girl stopped a moment, and let Bumper nibble at the green grass.
He had tried all day to nibble through it, and dig under it, but the wire had only hurt his teeth without giving way a particle.