Definition of Bitsy

1. Adjective. Fragmented. ¹



2. Adjective. Very small, tiny. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Bitsy

1. tiny [adj -SIER, -SIEST] - See also: tiny

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bitsy

bits per second
bitset
bitsets
bitshift
bitshifts
bitsier
bitsiest
bitsquatting
bitstate
bitstock
bitstocks
bitstream
bitstreams
bitstring
bitstrings
bitsy (current term)
bitt
bitt-heads
bitt-pin
bitt-pins
bitt pin
bittacle
bittacles
bitte
bitted
bitten
bitten-to-the-quick
bitter
bitter-bark
bitter almond

Literary usage of Bitsy

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1. Vital Records of Ashburnham, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849 by Ashburnham (Mass. : Town), Ashburnham (Mass.), Ashburnham, Mass, Franklin Pierce Rice (1909)
"John and bitsy, Dec. 20, 1792. Abie Wheeler, d. Samuel and Mary, bap. Aug. 3, 1835. ... Asa and Parmela, April 19, 1807. Dolly, d. John and bitsy, Dec ..."

2. Junction: Mild Adventure for the Armchair Ruralists by Vic Campbell (1992)
""Oh, Doc, she is such a sweet thing. She never bites. bitsy! bitsy! Turn loose of the nice doctor's hand!" Doc Matthews has another typical day. ..."

3. All About Insects by Jo Ellen Moore (2005)
"3 Note: After singing "Itsy-bitsy Spider," children cut out and glue the pictures ... Itsy-bitsy Spider 1 2 3 MK- jM* spider out. And the itsy-bitsy spider ..."

4. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1903)
"... in Manchuria, has 20000 people ; on p. 165 the same place is credited with 200000. Two j. lases are made into one in the strange compound bitsy-vo-Tsin- ..."

5. Vital Records of Ashburnham, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849 by Ashburnham (Mass. : Town), Ashburnham (Mass.), Ashburnham, Mass, Franklin Pierce Rice (1909)
"John and bitsy, Dec. 20, 1792. Abie Wheeler, d. Samuel and Mary, bap. Aug. 3, 1835. ... Asa and Parmela, April 19, 1807. Dolly, d. John and bitsy, Dec ..."

6. Junction: Mild Adventure for the Armchair Ruralists by Vic Campbell (1992)
""Oh, Doc, she is such a sweet thing. She never bites. bitsy! bitsy! Turn loose of the nice doctor's hand!" Doc Matthews has another typical day. ..."

7. All About Insects by Jo Ellen Moore (2005)
"3 Note: After singing "Itsy-bitsy Spider," children cut out and glue the pictures ... Itsy-bitsy Spider 1 2 3 MK- jM* spider out. And the itsy-bitsy spider ..."

8. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1903)
"... in Manchuria, has 20000 people ; on p. 165 the same place is credited with 200000. Two j. lases are made into one in the strange compound bitsy-vo-Tsin- ..."

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