Definition of 'nugget'
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The next day, they had chicken nuggets and chips. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Then you will be enjoying these little nuggets of joy as a prelude to summer's bounty. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So if I learn how to play my music through my car stereo, another nugget of information must be erased from the memory banks. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The buyer sampled the oats and three small nuggets of glass were found. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We must not miss out on this little nugget. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You must find five or more gold nuggets to qualify for a cash prize. The Sun (2008)Take a small nugget and hold it in the mouth until it dissolves. Stay Well This Winter (1989)These little nuggets of history add spice to the series. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But this denies the public small nuggets of good news that we need. Times, Sunday Times (2012)HERE'S a little nugget of information for you. The Sun (2013)We gave them a little nugget and they took it and ran with it in their own direction. The Sun (2008)Each square you drill counts as one of your ten attempts to find a gold nugget or a treasure chest. The Sun (2008)There are nuggets of fresh information. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Gold medals and golden chicken nuggets. The Sun (2010)She has dropped tantalising nuggets of information, but these are vague and rare. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The mentality that now promotes the cloning of farm animals is no different from the one that championed factory farming and chicken nuggets. Times, Sunday Times (2007)These gold nuggets don't come along very often. The Sun (2015)There are undoubtedly some nuggets of property gold, cheap and ready to be loved. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Despite one or two quirky nuggets of information and a few colourful characters, it is still pretty disgusting to watch. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He was a highly intelligent commercial lawyer and then judge who suddenly found himself having to grind out fact after fact from nuggets of information painstakingly. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Most people find only tiny flecks, but there's the chance of finding small nuggets. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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