- tidal pool,
- tidal power,
- tidal volume,
- tidal wave,
Origin of tidbit
Examples from the Web for tidbit
The juiciest Ryan tidbit to surface over the weekend, though, was put out there by Chris Hayes on his show yesterday.Ryan and Romney and Taxes and Spending: Hypocrisy-Fest Continues|Michael Tomasky|August 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It's a boon to news organizations hungry for any tidbit of information about high-profile suspects.
The news ricocheted around the world, as does just about any story, tidbit, whisper or rumor involving Angelina Jolie.
As far as Lost's ultimate legacy, I don't think this tidbit changes anything, really.
Still, we found little fires in most of the houses, and the inmates employed in concocting some tidbit or other.A Trip to Cuba|Julia Ward Howe
Mac digested this tidbit as he pulled on a fresh pair of coveralls.Tight Squeeze|Dean Charles Ing
He picked at the bark about him; he began to get ideas about ants, and ran out a long tongue and helped himself to many a tidbit.Little Brothers of the Air|Olive Thorne Miller
Often some tidbit of food lay there, brought for Bobby by a stranger.Greyfriars Bobby|Eleanor Atkinson
He was one of countless individuals marked for a tidbit to glut the gormandizing of a trust.Making People Happy|Thompson Buchanan
c.1640, probably from dialectal tid "fond, solicitous, tender" + bit (n.1) "morsel."