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OTHER WORDS FROM spitspitlike, adjective
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They help filter or block spit or mucus droplets that carry infectious particles.Copper ‘foam’ could be used as filters for COVID-19 masks|Sid Perkins|May 11, 2021|Science News For Students
Webster’s Dictionary defines barbecue as a portable fireplace or roasting whole animals over a spit.Environment Report: A Brief, Fiery Investigation of Beach Bonfire Rules|MacKenzie Elmer|May 10, 2021|Voice of San Diego
An analysis showed significant changes in the relative share of 96 proteins in that spit.
No one at Purdue has analyzed the cricket contestants’ spit.
Haas sparked a minor tempest in a spit bucket in early April with a Twitter thread advising winery visitors not to rinse their glasses with water between tastes.Reservations, contact tracing and social distance: What to expect at reopened wineries|Dave McIntyre|April 16, 2021|Washington Post
Qatar is just a little spit of land that looks like a polyp on edge of Saudi Arabia.
So he and his partner, Zack Simpson, did what they do so well: started spit-balling some game theory around politics.
I breathed sloppily through my mouth, hung my head between my legs, and spit every so often.
We still have a long way to go, but it has improved dramatically since the post Vietnam syndrome when Vets were spit on.
Forgive my candor, though such is my wont, but much like that moose on a spit, Bernie is dead.
Many gallants 'took' their tobacco in the lords room over the stage, and went out to (Saint) Paul's to spit there privately.
When used by gentlemen it was common to carry a silver basin to spit in.
They are permitted to throw the leavings of their food and spit where they like, sit how they like and smoke everywhere.Third class in Indian railways|Mahatma Gandhi
Fergan, as well as his companions, curious to know the purpose of the stake and spit, followed the priest.
Sirs, this is but a temporary dispensation; this is but a puff of wind, this is but a spit of rain and by with it.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume XXI|Robert Louis Stevenson