Bit and Hangover


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Bit noun – A very small piece.
Hangover and bit are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Hangover" instead a noun "Bit".
Nearby Word: bite
Synonyms for Bit


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Hangover noun – Something that has survived from the past.
Bit and hangover are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Bit" instead a noun "Hangover".
Synonyms for Hangover

How words are described

rare rare bit rare hangover
nasty nasty bit nasty hangover
real real bit real hangover
large large bit large hangover
Other adjectives: extreme, bad, major, odd, next.

Both words in one sentence

  • Hideous Hangover Cure It can be made a bit more palatable by mixing it with tomato juice, or just diluting it with water (which, as discussed earlier, also helps the hangover pass).
  • In The Curse of Monkey Island, some of the 'hair of a dog that bit ya' is part of a hangover cure. Literally.
  • Series / Bottom The following October.Richie: Yes, they were a bit... frisky... And the hangover cure made of 7 raw eggs, washing up liquid, Domestos, Jif and ant spray.
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Hangover or Bit. 2016. Accessed August 10, 2020.

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