verb (used with object), kit·ted, kit·ting.
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“Kit has an innate confidence and projects a playfully rebellious nature,” the brand's creative director, Sandra Choi, said.Beyonce Named Most Powerful Celebrity; Kanye West is Back at A.P.C.|The Fashion Beast Team|July 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Kit Harrington's Hair Has Its Own Game of Thrones Contract: A fan of Jon Snow's luscious locks?
"It has its own contract definitely," actor Kit Harrington said on Live with Kelly and Michael on Tuesday.
How did you and Kit establish such great onscreen chemistry?
Amid the chaos and carnage, star-crossed lovers Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Ygritte (Rose Leslie) meet on the battlefield.
The door was still open, and Kit was still fussing about his desk.Deering of Deal|Latta Griswold
Mr Brass slyly tickles his nose with his pen, and looks at Kit with the water standing in his eyes.The Old Curiosity Shop|Charles Dickens
So they flew away again; and Kit marched into the city and up to the gates of the King's palace.The Other Side of the Sun|Evelyn Sharp
Soon afterwards, Jefferson jumped on board and stopped by Kit.Kit Musgrave's Luck|Harold Bindloss
She had a moment of despair, then saw the skirt of Kit in the distance.The Lion's Mouse|C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
British Dictionary definitions for kit (1 of 6)
- a set of pieces of equipment ready to be assembled
- (as modifier)kit furniture
- clothing and other personal effects, esp those of a traveller or soldiersafari kit; battle kit
- informal clothing in general (esp in the phrase get one's kit off)