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pit–a–pat

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noun \ˌpit-i-ˈpat\

Definition of pit–a–pat

pit–a–pat

adverb or adjective

pit–a–pat

intransitive verb


Origin and Etymology of pit–a–pat

imitative


First Known Use: 1582



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