Definition of bitty in English:

bitty

Syllabification: bit·ty
Pronunciation: /ˈbitē
 
/

adjective (bittier, bittiest)

informal
North American Tiny: a little bitty house
More example sentences
  • But Kansas City brings it all together with more than 90 barbecue joints - from little bitty eateries to full-blown, nothing-but-barbecue restaurants.
  • My great-great uncle's funeral was held in Winchester, this little bitty town outside of Giddings which is on the way to Austin.
  • Why doesn't the guy behave like a 45-year-old man instead of a little bitty boy?

Derivatives

bittily

Pronunciation: /ˈbitəlē/
adverb
More example sentences
  • Ittily bittily across a rope tight and taut she could inch a shuffle of her stockinged feet edging across to the next level.
  • I record it and watch it at my leisure - which means rather bittily but at least I can now watch it!!
  • For more serious entertainment, I'd rather not read webcomics, simply because I can't handle plots unfolding that slowly (or rather bittily).

bittiness

noun
More example sentences
  • Still, the fossil episode highlights an underlying bittiness, when Dark is suddenly referred to as ‘the man’, as if we have never encountered him before.
  • In moving towards biography you must have felt that journalism was insufficiently rewarded to provide a living and also that its bittiness was in itself too limiting?
  • The Empire Strikes Back, for all its bittiness, is a damn fine film, only ruined by proximity to and culpability for Return of the Jedi.

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