bitsy


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bit·sy

 (bĭt′sē)
adj. bit·si·er, bit·si·est
Bitty.

[Alteration of bitty.]

bitsy

(ˈbɪtsɪ)
adj, bitsier or bitsiest
informal very small
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Medici Ventures, a subsidiary of Overstock.com, announced that its portfolio company Bitsy.com has commenced the limited beta launch of a digital wallet service that creates a simple, secure, and convenient bridge between traditional fiat currencies and cryptocurrencies.
But when she gets to the bus stop, her best friend/worst enemy Bitsy announces that today is HER birthday!
Outings with children are often accompanied by the reciting of familiar children's rhymes such as Mary Had a Little Lamb and Itsy Bitsy Spider.
AFTER years playing second fiddle to the two-piece, the swimsuit is well and truly back on the fashion map, and we couldn't be happier - one-pieces are infinitely more flattering than itsy bitsy bikinis.
AFTER years playing second fiddle to the two-piece, the swimsuit is well and truly back on the fashion map, and we couldn't be happier - onepieces are infinitely more flattering than itsy bitsy bikinis.
Jaz, Taz, Itsy and Bitsy are the heroes in a half-shell from Walton who have been decorated especially for Santa Paws, our celebration of pets at their most festive.
ONE piece or two, itsy bitsy or something altogether a little more modest?
IRINA Shayk nearly bared all in an itsy bitsy bikini as she spent some time in the sun to get over her split from Cristiano Ronaldo.
A student ascends the staircase inside the Bitsy Irby Visual Arts and Dance Center on the campus of Belhaven.
The 24-year-old had just returned from a trip to St Tropez where she The 24-year-old had just returned from a trip to St Tropez where she was modelling itsby bitsy bikini designs from her own Kimberley London Swimwear range.
One minute, he's reading a heartbreaking poem about children in places torn by violence -- "The children of Juarez have run out of red crayons./There's so much blood/in their eyes'' -- and other times he's utterly whimsical, presenting a poem called "Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Photograph of Mussolini.'' But as disparate as his topics and tones can be, he wrangles them, all with a mastery of language as clever and drone-strike precise as any I have ever encountered.
Circle of Innocence provides more depth of character and local history than your typical murder mystery, offering many insights into past and present circles of connection: "One of Syd's earliest memories was of hearing her grandmother singing "The Itsy Bitsy Spider" while walking her rough fingers up Syd's chubby arms.