titch

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See tich.

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titch (plural titches)

  1. (Britain, colloquial) A very small person; a small child; a small amount.
    "I'll have just a titch more cake."
    • 1988 Howard Lewis Russell: Rush to Nowhere (page 148) [1]
      ...and just a titch of my special pepper sauce over these turnip greens

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