verb (used with object), quit or quit·ted, quit·ting.
verb (used without object), quit or quit·ted, quit·ting.
Words nearby quit
Origin of quit1
OTHER WORDS FROM quitquit·ta·ble, adjectiveun·quit·ted, adjective
Examples from the Web for quitted
But the state of things, if not less anxious, was less distressing than when Jem had quitted her.Mary Barton|Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
I would have avoided this interview, could I have quitted England again without some information respecting them.
The room itself was larger than the one he had just quitted, and not as well lit.Viewpoint|Gordon Randall Garrett
Of matters in which he had been specially interested before he quitted London, one or two may properly be named.The Life of Charles Dickens, Vol. I-III, Complete|John Forster
He imagines that Mr. Capella quitted the train on the way, and will arrive by this one.The Stowmarket Mystery|Louis Tracy
British Dictionary definitions for quitted
verb quits or quitting or quitted or mainly US quit
Word Origin for quit
Idioms and Phrases with quitted
In addition to the idiom beginning with quit
- quite a bit
- quit while one's ahead
- call it quits