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  • At the tree where he had spit it out, the cross now stood.
  • The latter one spits it out, becoming unable to continue the music video.
  • It won't at all do for you to run away when she spits at you. Cited from Can You Forgive Her?, by Anthony Trollope
  • They would have liked nothing better than to have spitted the poor old fellow. Cited from African Camp Fires, by Stewart Edward White
  • After this time the spit will grow again in the original direction.
  • I don't want to run after a German and spit in his face.
  • By means of these, several spits, if required, may be turned at the same time. Cited from The Book of Household Management, by Mrs. Isabella Beeton
  • Then he spits out the sea and this is why the sea is salt. Cited from The Hawaiian Romance Of Laieikawai, by Anonymous
  • He immediately comes to his senses and forces himself to spit it back out.
  • The natives took one taste of the things then spit them all out.
  • He does not spit it out and goes about his duties.
  • So I got to kind of spit it out real fast.
  • Or sets the foot upon his mouth, or spits Into his face! Cited from A Blot In The 'Scutcheon, by Robert Browning
  • He even spits at silver, which I am glad to get when I can. Cited from The Brick Moon, et. al., by Edward Everett Hale
  • With their back against the wall, the Spits had to win at home to force game seven.
  • Most spits stretch from north to south and their shape can significantly change over just several years.
  • This spit of land is slightly more than seven kilometres long by wide at its northern base.
  • Very little evidence of these natural spits remain, as they were lost under port and industrial developments.
  • Had you been a lesser man I should have had you spitted long ago. Cited from The PG Works Of Gilbert Parker, Complete
  • In its mouth, you say, and then it spits it out on your finger. Cited from The Insect Folk, by Margaret Warner Morley
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Meaning of spit

  • noun A narrow strip of land that juts out into the sea
  • noun A skewer for holding meat over a fire
  • noun The act of spitting (forcefully expelling saliva)
  • verb Expel or eject (saliva or phlegm or sputum) from the mouth
    The father of the victim spat at the alleged murderer
  • verb Utter with anger or contempt