Definitions of spit

  1. To throw out saliva from the mouth.
  2. A long, pointed rod on which meat is roasted; a small point of land or a long narrow shoal running into the sea; saliva; the act of ejecting saliva.
  3. To push a pointed rod through; impale: to eject from the mouth; hence, to eject or throw out from an opening.
  4. Spitted.
  5. Spitting.
  6. Spit or spat.
  7. 1. To eject saliva, mucus, or other fluid from the mouth, to expectorate. 2. Saliva, expectoration, sputum.
  8. Forcible expulsion of saliva from mouth.
  9. An iron prong on which meat is roasted.
  10. To pierce with a spit:- pr. p. spitting; pa. t. and pa. p. spitted.
  11. To throw out from the mouth: to eject with violence.
  12. To throw out saliva from the mouth:- pr. p. spitting: pa. t. spit, spat; pa. p. spit.
  13. Iron spike on which meat is roasted.
  14. Spat.
  15. Spit.
  16. To eject from the mouth; throw out.
  17. To eject saliva.
  18. To pierce with a spit; pierce.
  19. To eject from the mouth; eject saliva.
  20. To come down in drops or flakes.
  21. Spittle; saliva.
  22. An act of spitting.
  23. To transfix with a spit; string on a stick.
  24. A pointed rod on which meat may be turned and roasted.
  25. A point of low land extending into the water.
  26. An iron prong or bar pointed, on which meat is roasted; a small point of land or a long narrow shoal running into the sea.
  27. What is ejected from the mouth; saliva.
  28. To thrust a spit through; to thrust through; to pierce.
  29. To eject from the mouth, as saliva; to eject with violence.
  30. A long thin bar of wood or metal, pointed at one or both ends, on which meat, & c., is roasted; a narrow pointed object; a small point of land running into the sea, or a long narrow shoal from the shore into the sea, as a spit of sand.
  31. To put on a spit; to thrust through, as meat by a spit.
  32. To throw out, as saliva from the mouth; to eject from the mouth; to rain slightly.

Usage examples for spit

  1. Spit in his face! – Anna St. Ives by Thomas Holcroft
  2. Spit on your hands, man, and grab her by the hair. – Blue-grass and Broadway by Maria Thompson Daviess
  3. Spit it out, man. – Man to Man by Jackson Gregory
  4. Spit and kiss the hand of the rob-, kiss his hand!" – The Daughter of the Commandant by Alexksandr Sergeevich Pushkin
  5. Spit it right out, kid; you won't hurt my feelings none. – The Adventures of Jimmie Dale by Frank L. Packard
  6. Spit it out, guv'nor! – When Ghost Meets Ghost by William Frend De Morgan
  7. Spit on the dogs! – O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1921 by Various
  8. Spit your pig, and lay it down to a clear fire, kept good at both ends: put into the belly a few sage leaves, a little pepper and salt, a little crust of bread, and a bit of butter, then sew up the belly; flour him all over very well, and do so till the eyes begin to start. – The Cook and Housekeeper's Complete and Universal Dictionary; Including a System of Modern Cookery, in all Its Various Branches, by Mary Eaton
  9. Spit in your own eye, boss! – Ulysses by James Joyce
  10. Spit it out, man, said the boss sharply. – To Him That Hath A Novel Of The West Of Today by Ralph Connor
  11. Spit on the grave of Emmet. – The Open Secret of Ireland by T. M. Kettle
  12. Spit it out lively. – Judith of Blue Lake Ranch by Jackson Gregory
  13. Spit out a lot you don't mean, if it's going to make you feel better! – All-Wool Morrison by Holman Day
  14. Spit on your hands! – Frank Merriwell's Reward by Burt L. Standish