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Word of the Day 12/12/18 Sippet

Sippet (noun)
sippet [sip-it]


noun
1. a small bit; fragment.
2. a small piece of bread or the like for dipping in liquid food, as in gravy or milk; a small sop.
2. a crouton.



Origin: First recorded in 1520–30; sip + -et

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