Definitions of Smit

  1. imp. & amp; p. p. of Smite.
  2. 3d. pers. sing. pres. of Smite.
  3. imp. & p. p. of Smite.
  4. See smite.

Usage examples for Smit

  1. God accordingly bestowed upon this monarch the needful inward gifts, and placed him in the appropriate outward circumstances; when at once there gushed forth from his bosom, smit by the spirit of inspiration, that noble stream of lyric song, which the congregation of the faithful immediately consecrated to the public service of the sanctuary, and which, augmented by the contributions of Asaph, the sons of Korah, and other inspired poets, has been the rich inheritance of the church ever since. – Companion to the Bible by E. P. Barrows
  2. Captain Smit was not under my command. – In the Shadow of Death by P. H. Kritzinger and R. D. McDonald
  3. With honors all insatiate, With curst ambition smit, Too far, alas! – Black Beetles in Amber by Ambrose Bierce
  4. Then in mine angry mood I sharply struck The driver- man who turned me from the way; Which when the elder saw, he watched for me As I passed by, and from the chariot- seat Smote full upon my head with the fork'd goad; But got more than he gave; for, by a blow From this right hand, smit with my staff, he fell Instantly rolled out of the car supine. – The Seven Plays in English Verse by Sophocles
  5. Meantime, on Afric's glowing sands, Smit with keen heat, the traveller stands. – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
  6. Shortly before I left Voetpad Captain Smit with his men came there from a farm in the vicinity. – In the Shadow of Death by P. H. Kritzinger and R. D. McDonald
  7. Then spake the fair- armed Gudrun: " Nay, nought I know of scorn For the noble kin of the Niblungs, or the house where I was born; No pain of love hath smit me, and no evil days begin, And I shall be fain tomorrow of the deeds that the maidens win: But if I wend the summer in dull unlovely seeming, It comes of the night, O mother, and the tide of last night's dreaming." – The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs by William Morris
  8. Nor be the parsonage by the Muse forgot - The partial bard admires his native spot; Smit with its beauties, loved, as yet a child, Unconscious why, its capes, grotesque and wild. – The-Natural-History-of-Selborne by White, Gilbert
  9. Iris answered: " Go thou to the trench, and show thyself To them of Troy, that, haply smit with fear, They may desist from battle." – The Story of Troy by Michael Clarke
  10. She may be smit with him. – The Love-Chase by James Sheridan Knowles
  11. Said I within myself, " he's smit! – The Comedies of Terence by Publius Terentius Afer
  12. But, Trixie, we admit we're greatly smit with The heart you picture- incandescent, white. – Tobogganing On Parnassus by Franklin P. Adams
  13. Simultaneously- for this was a notable case of everything happening at once- there was a muffled, soggy splash, and the unfortunate Herman, smit with prophecy in his seclusion, uttered a dismal yell. – Penrod and Sam by Booth Tarkington
  14. The evidence shows that the boy was shot by a man serving under Smit. – In the Shadow of Death by P. H. Kritzinger and R. D. McDonald
  15. On one occasion Jan Smit happened to be in Capetown, and, hearing of the Malay's qualities, offered his master a high price for him. – The Settler and the Savage by R.M. Ballantyne
  16. He was not under my control, he was under the control of Smit. – In the Shadow of Death by P. H. Kritzinger and R. D. McDonald