am·bit·ty | \(ˈ)am¦bitē\

Definition of ambitty 

: devitrified used in glass manufacture of glass in the pot during manipulation

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First Known Use of ambitty

1856, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for ambitty

probably from French ambité

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a state of commotion or excitement

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