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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. An iron prong on which meat is roasted.
  8. To pierce with a spit:- pr. p. spitting; pa. t. and pa. p. spitted.
  9. To throw out from the mouth: to eject with violence.
  10. To throw out saliva from the mouth:- pr. p. spitting: pa. t. spit, spat; pa. p. spit.
  11. Iron spike on which meat is roasted.
  12. Spat.
  13. Spit.
  14. To eject from the mouth; throw out.
  15. To eject saliva.
  16. To pierce with a spit; pierce.
  17. To eject from the mouth; eject saliva.
  18. To come down in drops or flakes.
  19. Spittle; saliva.
  20. An act of spitting.
  21. To transfix with a spit; string on a stick.
  22. A pointed rod on which meat may be turned and roasted.
  23. A point of low land extending into the water.
  24. 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.
  25. What is ejected from the mouth; saliva.
  26. To thrust a spit through; to thrust through; to pierce.
  27. To eject from the mouth, as saliva; to eject with violence.
  28. 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.
  29. To put on a spit; to thrust through, as meat by a spit.
  30. To throw out, as saliva from the mouth; to eject from the mouth; to rain slightly.
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