Definitions

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  • n. A small or young chick
  • n. A young woman
  • n. an RSS feed subscription button (sometimes spelled chiclet)

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This little box called a chicklet like the gum many of us chewed as kids is the backbone of this Incredible new Internet and allows us to do more with less time!

    My New Net Discussion Group

  • FILICIA: I think I would get rid of what I would call the chicklet sofa pillows.

    CNN Transcript Aug 6, 2003

  • A chicklet is a small icon next to a blog post or online article that shows that the site has an RSS feed or other external service available by clicking.

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  • Where in the canon of English literature would you locate your books and the "chicklet" genre as a whole?

    Ask me your FAQ questions

  • So, I'm using talkr and you can subscribe to my podcast using talkr and have it download into your iPod by clicking on the following "chicklet".

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • The feedburner "chicklet" displays the number of subscribers that you have right on your blog, giving possible subscribers some sense of how hot your content is, & helping them to join in!

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • The Optimus Popularis uses a "chicklet" style layout and thinner profile than its predecessor.

    TechSpot

  • Finally, at the bottom you'll find the bubbly QWERTY keyboard which is an improvement over the Kindle 1 "chicklet" keyboard for sure.

    Boy Genius Report

  • All but the most petite-of-grip will want to replace the mouse quickly, but the "chicklet" keyboard is a well-designed knock-off of the Apple keyboard.

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  • (reflecting the product's industrial design) and not look like the typical web 2.0 "chicklet".

    Design Sojourn

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