Bit and Stack


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Bit noun – A very small piece.
Usage example: she left only a bit of the broccoli on her plate

Stack is an antonym for bit.
Nearby Word: bite
Antonyms for Bit


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Stack noun – A considerable amount.
Usage example: earned a stack of money for writing the screenplay

Bit is an antonym for stack.
Nearby Words: stacked, stacker, stacking
Antonyms for Stack
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How words are described

nice nice bit nice stack
short short bit short stack
single single bit single stack
small small bit small stack
Other adjectives: neat, entire, large, great, tiny, new, extra, random, odd, next.

Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / Kitty Norville Unfortunately this bit of history helps stack the deck against him when facing the Kangaroo Court.
  • When Reed is finally cornered by the Ultimates and his former teammates, he implies that so long as a microscopic bit of him remains his bacterial stack can grow back.
  • Priceless Ming Vase In the classic story Tom Browns School Days, Tom is "going a bit off the rails" due to over-harsh treatment by his form master and burns what he thinks is only a stack of test papers or something of similar importance.
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