Definition of Ritting

1. rit [v] - See also: rit



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ritting

ritodrine
ritonavir
ritonavirs
ritornel
ritornelli
ritornello
ritornellos
ritornels
rits
ritt
ritted
ritter
ritter disease
ritters
ritting (current term)
rittmannite
ritts
ritual
ritual Ten Commandments
ritual abuses
ritual dance
ritual dancing
ritual killing
ritual servitude
ritualic
ritualisation
ritualise
ritualised

Literary usage of Ritting

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1. History of Amesbury: Including the First Seventeen Years of Salisbury, to by Joseph Merrill (1880)
"... as the following vote shows:— , "Att ye same miting it was voted that this tract of land above ritting shall not be disposed of this twenty yeare to ..."

2. Annual Report by Indiana State Board of Health (1899)
"!>RAW ritting, PROFESSOR VETERINARY SCIENCE, PURDUE UNIVERSITY. While city and county Health Officers have little to do with the diseases of the domestic ..."

3. Publications by English Dialect Society (1887)
"To trim or pare off the edge of a path, &c., with a " ritting tool," made for the purpose. RITS, s.—The entrails of a goose. When you are dressing the rits, ..."

4. The Sewanee Review by University of the South (1896)
"Nor is it an isolated case that fiction serves as a loose- ritting garb for autobiographic details. Dickens and Thackeray both have read much of their own ..."

5. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography by Historical Society of Pennsylvania (1896)
"When Mr. Barton, author of " Memoirs of David Rittenhouse," was in Amsterdam in 1778, he met a venerable man of eighty-five years named Adrian ritting- ..."

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