Definition of Situp

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of sit-up) ¹



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Definition of Situp

1. an exercise in which one moves from a lying to a sitting position [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Situp

situation comedies
situation comedy
situational
situational psychosis
situational test
situationally
situationism
situationist
situationists
situationlessness
situations
situative
situla
situlae
situlas
situp (current term)
situps
situs
situs inversus
situs inversus viscerum
situs perversus
situs solitus
situs transversus
situses
sitz
sitz bath
sitz baths
sitzkrieg
sitzkriegs

Literary usage of Situp

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1. The Practice of Cookery: Adapted to the Business of Every Day Life by Dalgairns (1830)
"Mix with the situp the best pale brandy, half and half, end pour it over the ... Any inferior apricots may be cut down and boiled in time situp for tarts. ..."

2. The London Theatre: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Dramatic Pieces by Thomas Dibdin (1815)
"Are the people come yet, situp? Lady D. Dispose them in the parlour, and we'll be there ... [Eiit situp. Sit. They have been below, madam, this balf hour. ..."

3. Sharpe's British Theatre by Thomas Otway, George Lillo, Ben Jonson, David Garrick (1805)
"Are the people come yet, situp ? •Stf. They have heen helow, madam, this half hoar. L. Dain. Dispose them in the parlour, ..."

4. The British Drama: Comprehending the Best Plays in the English Language by Sir Walter Scott, Walter Scott (1804)
"Are the people come yet, situp? Lady Dein. Dispose them in the parlour, ... Re-enter situp, a woman with china mire; an . Indian man with screens, tea, ..."

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