All Noun Verb
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  • Then they half closed again until they were just two yellow slits. Cited from Bowser The Hound, by Thornton W. Burgess
  • The white full-length dress featured see-through slits down both sides.
  • When he does, she shows up from behind him and slits his throat.
  • His eyes made two narrow white slits in the black face. Cited from The Nigger Of The "Narcissus", by Joseph Conrad
  • They had slit her throat and buried her body in their back garden.
  • Most of the ground floor had small, square windows, while there were large slits above.
  • Special care is taken to produce the best possible image of the source onto the slit.
  • In more complex instruments three sets of slits were arranged above one another. Cited from The Photoplay, by Hugo Muensterberg
  • Here he led her to two horizontal slits in the wall and told her to look down. Cited from Phantom Wires, by Arthur Stringer
  • The original castle had few windows and those that do exist are narrow slits in the wall.
  • A long slit would be cut in one side of the tree trunk.
  • On average about twelve eggs are laid in each slit, for a total of several hundred.
  • A simple example is an experiment due to Young where light is passed through two slits.
  • She had previously cut two slits in it, through which we were to thrust our hands. Cited from Cicely and Other Stories, by Annie Fellows Johnston
  • Thomas lay and looked at them with the very blue slits that were like his father's eyes grown old. Cited from The Lee Shore, by Rose Macaulay
  • He also shows her a painting where she is lying with her wrist slit.
  • In the above example, a particle can pass through two slits at the same time.
  • Let be a point inside the slit over which it is being integrated.
  • All that is left is a slit about a foot long and a couple of inches wide.
  • If the child answers yes, then she will slit his/her mouth like hers.
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Meaning of slit

  • noun A long narrow opening
  • noun A narrow fissure
  • verb Make a clean cut through
    slit her throat
  • verb Cut a slit into
    slit the throat of the victim