verb (used without object), spit or spat, spit·ting.
verb (used with object), spit or spat, spit·ting.
Origin of spit1
Related formsspit·like, adjective
Definition for spit (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), spit·ted, spit·ting.
Origin of spit2
Examples from the Web for spit
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.
While promoting his new film Horns on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon convinced the actor to spit some rhymes for the audience.Harry Potter Raps, The Catcalls Heard ‘Round the World and More Viral Videos|Alex Chancey|November 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He says introducing a casino in Crimea is to “spit in the face of those who believe deeply in Orthodox values.”
Just spit in his face and give him room according to his strength, and it was just beautiful to see him peel and go in.Roughing It|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
The beef had been quartered and roasted on a spit over a charcoal fire, outside one of the huts.Francisco Our Little Argentine Cousin|Eva Cannon Brooks
You spit in your catcher's mit, like Kelly, the ten-thousand-dollar baseball beauty.Hints to Pilgrims|Charles Stephen Brooks
But needless to say, no one wants that remedy, so we go round begging the workingmen not to spit on the sidewalks.Damaged Goods|Upton Sinclair
Put the spit in close to the shank-bone, and run it along the blade-bone.The Cook's Oracle; and Housekeeper's Manual|William Kitchiner