Definition of Pitch into

1. Verb. Hit violently, as in an attack. "The fighter managed to pitch into his opponent"

Exact synonyms: Lace Into, Lam Into, Lay Into, Tear Into
Generic synonyms: Hit



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pitch Into

pitch and putt
pitch angle
pitch angle scattering
pitch apple
pitch around
pitch black
pitch blackness
pitch contour
pitch count
pitch counts
pitch dark
pitch discrimination
pitch in
pitch into (current term)
pitch invasion
pitch mark
pitch out
pitch perception
pitch pine
pitch pipe
pitch poisoning
pitch shot
pitch simultaneity
pitch wart
pitch woo
pitchblende
pitchblendes
pitched

Literary usage of Pitch into

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Coal-tar and Ammonia by Georg Lunge (1916)
"At smaller works (distilling not above 10000 tons tar per annum) it is advisable, in lieu of a pitch-bay, to run the pitch into moulds which can be taken to ..."

2. Practical Descriptive Geometry by William Griswold Smith (1912)
"Divide the pitch into the same number of equal parts. 3. Draw perpendiculars to the axis from each of the divisions made in operation (2). 4. ..."

3. Cruising Among the Caribbees: Summer Days in Winter Months by Charles Augustus Stoddard (1895)
"... COMES FROM BLACKNESS OP DARKNESS TURNING pitch into GOLD HOMEWARD BOUND AU REVOIR SIXTY miles south of Port of Spain is one of the wonders of the world; ..."

4. Coal Tar Distillation and Working Up of Tar Products by Arthur Robert Warnes (1913)
"The former shape is, of course, the most suitable, as it withstands much better the great strain brought about by running the very hot pitch into the cool ..."

5. A glossary of French slang by Olivier Leroy (1922)
"Casser la gueule à quelqu'un, to pitch into some one, to give a severe thrashing. 3. Se souler la gueule, to get drunk. 5. Avoir la gueule de bois, ..."

6. Coal-tar and Ammonia by Georg Lunge (1916)
"At smaller works (distilling not above 10000 tons tar per annum) it is advisable, in lieu of a pitch-bay, to run the pitch into moulds which can be taken to ..."

7. Practical Descriptive Geometry by William Griswold Smith (1912)
"Divide the pitch into the same number of equal parts. 3. Draw perpendiculars to the axis from each of the divisions made in operation (2). 4. ..."

8. Cruising Among the Caribbees: Summer Days in Winter Months by Charles Augustus Stoddard (1895)
"... COMES FROM BLACKNESS OP DARKNESS TURNING pitch into GOLD HOMEWARD BOUND AU REVOIR SIXTY miles south of Port of Spain is one of the wonders of the world; ..."

9. Coal Tar Distillation and Working Up of Tar Products by Arthur Robert Warnes (1913)
"The former shape is, of course, the most suitable, as it withstands much better the great strain brought about by running the very hot pitch into the cool ..."

10. A glossary of French slang by Olivier Leroy (1922)
"Casser la gueule à quelqu'un, to pitch into some one, to give a severe thrashing. 3. Se souler la gueule, to get drunk. 5. Avoir la gueule de bois, ..."

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