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  • n. Plural form of titch.

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Examples

  • We were taken to a velvety circular booth at the back that looked inviting but proved uncomfortable, the seating much too low in relation to the height of the table, so that our faces were almost in the food already, although neither of us are titches.

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  • Also named among the Fifa World Cup prefects: Brazil (yawn), South Africa (come off it), Spain (ball-hog titches), Holland (swanky troublemakers), Italy (little pleading gestures to referee combined with secretive knee in small of back), Germany (Germany) and Argentina (flouncing long-hairs).

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