American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A brief statement, as by a politician, taken from an audiotape or videotape and broadcast especially during a news report: "The box has been spitting forth maddening nine-second sound bites” ( Mary McGrory).
- n. journalism, television An extract from a speech or interview used as edited into a news or other broadcast; an interview clip, especially seen as particularly expressive or pithy.
- n. often pejorative A one-liner deliberately produced for this purpose; a statement specifically intended to be punchy and memorable.
- n. a very short speech; usually on radio or television
- sound + bite (Wiktionary)
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Some of the catchwords of several presidential debates (Obama-Romney 2012 Denver debate's transcript fully included)
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