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tit1 US English

A titmouse

tit2 US English

A woman’s breast or nipple

tit3 US English

The infliction of an injury or insult in return for one that one has suffered

Tit. US English

Titus

blue tit US English

A small titmouse with a blue cap, greenish-blue back, and yellow underparts, widespread in Eurasia and northwestern Africa

coal tit US English

A small Eurasian and North African tit (songbird) with a grey back, black cap and throat, and white cheeks

great tit US English

A tit (songbird) with a black head and white cheeks, occurring in many different races from western Europe to eastern Asia

marsh tit US English

A Eurasian woodland tit (songbird) with mainly grey-brown plumage, a shiny black cap, and white cheeks

bearded tit US English

A small long-tailed Eurasian songbird of the parrotbill family, the male of which has dark markings resembling a moustache, frequenting reed beds

crested tit US English

A small European tit (songbird) with a short crest, living chiefly in coniferous woodland

willow tit US English

A Eurasian tit (songbird) with mainly grey-brown plumage, a dull black cap, and white cheeks

penduline tit US English

A small tit-like Old World songbird that builds a nest suspended from a branch

long-tailed tit US English

A small Eurasian songbird that resembles a tit, having black, white, and pink plumage and a long slender tail, and building a domed nest

tit for tat US Thesaurus

if they want to play dirty, we can give them tit for tat

suck the hind tit US English

Receive less of something than others who are competing for it

bushtit US English

A small American songbird of the long-tailed tit family, with mainly pale gray plumage and sometimes a black mask

bush tit in bushtit US English

A small American songbird of the long-tailed tit family, with mainly pale gray plumage and sometimes a black mask

cole tit in coal tit US English

A small Eurasian and North African tit (songbird) with a grey back, black cap and throat, and white cheeks

tidbit US English

A small piece of tasty food

New Zealand tit in tit1 US English

Used in names of birds similar or related to the titmouse, e.g., New Zealand tit

suck the hind tit in tit2 US English

Receive less of something than others who are competing for it