Definition of Quiting
1. quite [v] - See also: quite
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quiting
Literary usage of Quiting
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Nicholas Papers: Correspondence of Sir Edward Nicholas by Sir Edward Nicholas (1886)
"... round encounters cannot without quiting the cause. God prosper him. Your most affectionate humble servant, ..."
2. The Nicholas Papers: Correspondence of Sir Edward Nicholas by Edward Nicholas (1886)
"... round encounters cannot without quiting the cause. God prosper him. Your most affectionate humble servant, SIR EDW. NICHOLAS. ORMONDE. To MR. ..."
3. Lectures on the philosophy of the human mind by Thomas Brown (1851)
"said Count Struensee, on quiting his dungeon, though he was quiting it only to be led to the place of execution, and cannot, therefore, be supposed to have ..."
4. Calendar of Virginia State Papers and Other Manuscripts: ... Preserved in by Virginia, William Pitt Palmer, Sherwin McRae, Raleigh Edward Colston, Henry W. Flournoy (1885)
"Had tho cause of my quiting the service of tho Commonwealth have proceeded from any other source, or could I bo satisfyed of the rectitude of the motives ..."
5. Orderly Book of the Three Battalions of Loyalists, Commanded by Brigadier by De Lancey's Brigade (Loyalist) 1776-1778, William Kelby (1917)
"... but that he is guilty of breaking open the Houses of John Legget & M™ Catharine Legget & of quiting Redoubt N° 5 with [out] Leave, which are breaches of ..."
6. General View of the Agriculture of the West Riding of Yorkshire: Surveyed by by Robert Brown (1799)
"... with recovery of damages if any be done to the farm ; and to the tenant, on quiting, a fair valuation of his property and labour, in the ground; ..."