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spit

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of spit

  1. an area of land that juts out into a body of water at the northeast end of the island is a long spit whose terminal is crowned by a towering lighthouse Synonyms of 1spit arm, foreland, headland, ness, peninsula, point, promontory, spitWords Related to 1spit breakwater, jetty


spit

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of spit

  1. 1 something or someone that strongly resembles another the spit and image of his father Synonyms of 2spit alter ego, carbon, carbon copy, clone, counterpart, doppelgänger (or doppelganger), double, duplicate, duplication, facsimile, fetch, likeness, look-alike, match, mirror image, picture, replica, ringer, spit, spitting image, twinWords Related to 2spit Chinese copy; effigy, portrait, portrayal; companion, fellow, mate; equal, equivalent; analogue (or analog), parallelNear Antonyms of 2spit antithesis, converse, opposite, reverse

  2. 2 the fluid that is secreted into the mouth by certain glands so dry that he felt as if he had no spit left in his mouth Synonyms of 2spit drool, slaver, slobber, spit, spittleWords Related to 2spit foam, froth; expectoration, salivation, sputum


spit

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of spit

  1. to penetrate or hold (something) with a pointed object according to the propaganda put out by the war ministry, enemy soldiers were spitting innocent babies on bayonets Synonyms of spit gore, harpoon, jab, lance, peck, pick, pierce, pink, puncture, run through, skewer, spear, spike, impale, stab, stick, transfix, transpierceWords Related to spit spindle; perforate, riddle; bayonet, dirk, gimlet, pike, poniard, prong, quill; pinprick, poke, prick, punch, thrust; cut, knife, slice



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