Definitions

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  • adjective Small enough to be eaten in one bite
  • adjective by extension Broken down into small pieces that are individually easy to understand or manage

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Efforts to pass what Obama called "bite-sized pieces" of the big bill have stalled, too.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Five men approach a wooden altarlike table to the right of the stand and remove a white tablecloth to reveal several trays filled with tiny plastic water cups and bite-sized pieces of white bread on small silver platters.

    American Grace

  • He says he'll keep pushing forward his climate agenda in what he calls bite-sized pieces.

    Candidates Take Aim At Climate Bill To Win Votes

  • When they are cool enough to handle, break them into bite-sized pieces—roughly ½-inch squares or triangles.

    Day of Honey

  • He says he'll keep pushing forward his climate agenda in what he calls bite-sized pieces.

    Candidates Take Aim At Climate Bill To Win Votes

  • And he couldn't recall the last time, or any time, she ever made bite-sized muffins.

    nests

  • When they are cool enough to handle, break them into bite-sized pieces.

    Day of Honey

  • The sharply-dressed panzanella was very impressive, better than the pizza, in fact, packed as it was with parmesan, fresh lettuce, fruity green olives, capers, sweet roasted peppers and bite-sized chunks of toasted ciabatta that had absorbed a little of the dressing.

    Belfast's top 10 budget eats

  • I love the ones with roasted cauliflower or thick green beans cut in bite-sized chunks.

    Day of Honey

  • Get rid of the big stalks and stems and strive for uniform, bite-sized little florets.

    True You

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