Meaning of sippet in English:


Pronunciation /ˈsɪpɪt/


  • A small piece of bread or toast, used to dip into soup or sauce or as a garnish.

    ‘Serve with sippets of toast or plain rusks.’
    • ‘Season with salt and as much verjuice as will only turn the taste of the pottage; serve up covering meat with whole herbs and adorning the dish with sippets.’
    • ‘I believe, Dr Maturin, that if you would so far indulge me, I could relish a little, a very little, of your portable soup again, with just a sippet of toast.’


Mid 16th century apparently a diminutive of sop.