Definition of On it

1. Adverb. On that. "Text and commentary thereon"

Exact synonyms: On That, Thereon



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Lexicographical Neighbors of On It

on fire(p)
on firecall
on first name terms
on foot
on good terms with
on guard
on hand
on hand(p)
on heat
on her own(p)
on high
on his own(p)
on hold
on ice
on impulse
on it (current term)
on its merits
on land
on leave
on leg
on line
on loan
on message
on no account
on occasion
on offer
on one's bill
on one's deathbed
on one's feet
on one's guard(p)

Literary usage of On it

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1. Roughing It by Mark Twain (2001)
"Pard, he was on it! He was on it bigger than an Injun!" "on it? On what?" "On the shoot. On the shoulder. On the fight, you understand ..."

2. Roughing it by Mark Twain (1913)
"Pard, he was on it I He was on it bigger than an Injun!" "on it? On what?" "On the shoot. On the shoulder. On the fight, you understand. ..."

3. On Liberty by John Stuart Mill (1921)
"... on it only when the means of setting it right are kept constantly at hand. In the case of any person whose judgment is really deserving of confidence, ..."

4. Middlemarch: A Study of Provincial Life by George Eliot (1873)
"As to the untruth in her reply, she no more reflected on it than she did on the untruth there was in her saying that appearances had very little to do with ..."

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