Definition of Spitters

1. Noun. (plural of spitter) ¹



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Definition of Spitters

1. spitter [n] - See also: spitter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spitters

spitfuls
spiting
spitless
spitous
spitously
spitroast
spitroasts
spits
spitstick
spitsticks
spittal
spittals
spitted
spitten
spitter
spitters
spittest
spitteth
spitting
spitting-cobra
spitting cobra
spitting cobras
spitting distance
spitting distances
spitting image
spitting images
spitting snake
spitting spider
spitting spiders
spittings

Literary usage of Spitters

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1. A Walk about Vicksburgh: And Other Poems by Gentleman of nature, Edwin A. (1844)
"... Without religion's blest control, — This grieves, with deepest grief my soul. ON BEING DISGUSTED WITH THE TOBACCO Spitters IN THE METHODIST CHURCH, ..."

2. Annual Report by Indiana State Board of Health (1905)
"Over 12000 people die annually in Indiana from "spit diseases" caught from spitters. Not less than 200000 cases of sickness are caused thereby in Indiana ..."

3. Hybrid Rice Technology: New Developments and Future Prospects : Selected by Sant S. Virmani, International Rice Research Institute (1994)
"Experimental data were first analyzed with LAI as input, since the carbon balance of the model is well-developed and validated (Kropff 1990, Spitters et al ..."

4. Exchange of Methodologies in Land Use Planning: Proceedings of an by Reimund Roetter (1998)
"... (light interception and utilization) (Spitters & Schapendonk, 1990) derived from the 'Simple and Universal Crop Simulator' ..."

5. The Medical and Surgical Reporter (1895)
"tendants tell us that the very worst thing they have to contend with is the vast army of spitters. They either spit on the floor, or go behind a door and ..."

6. Travels in America by Asa Greene (1833)
"But what annoyed him most, was, a corps of spitters—who, ... The Americans are certainly the most determined and persevering spitters that ever existed. ..."

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