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bit4 past tense and a past participle of bite.
bitten a past participle of bite.
black widow a small spider of North and South America. The female has a shiny, black body with a red mark on her underside and a poisonous bite.
flea a tiny insect that does not have wings but can jump far. Fleas feed on the blood of the animals they bite.
gnat a small flying insect with two wings. Some gnats bite people or animals.
gnaw to bite or chew on again and again.
grit to bite down and grind together. [1/3 definitions]
horsefly a large fly that is sometimes found in large numbers around horses, cows, or other animals. Female horseflies bite and feed on the blood of people and animals.
housefly an insect with two wings that is found in and around houses and other places where people live. It does not bite people, but it can spread a number of diseases.
morsel a small piece that is the right size for one bite; bit.
mosquito an insect with a thin body and two wings. The females bite and suck the blood of animals and people. Some mosquitoes spread disease.
mouthful the amount taken into the mouth at one time; bite or sip.
nibble to bite gently (often followed by "at"). [5/7 definitions]
nip1 to press sharply between two points; bite or pinch. [2/6 definitions]
snakebite the bite of a snake, especially the bite of a dangerous snake.
snap a quick and sudden try to grab or bite. [1/15 definitions]
tarantula a large, hairy spider found in the warmer parts of North, Central, and South America. Some tarantulas have a slightly poisonous bite.
venomous producing a fluid, called venom, that is a poison to humans and animals. A venomous animal, such as a venomous snake or scorpion, produces venom that the animal can put into another animal or human with its bite or sting.