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What is another word for spits?

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Verb
To expel or spew a substance
“The dragon turned and began to spit flames at her.”
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To eject saliva forcibly from one's mouth, sometimes as a gesture of contempt or anger
“Two of them stood arguing, and one of them would spit on the ground in disgust.”
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To make a spitting sound
“Once Igot the charcoal alight, it started to spit and crackle.”
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To impale on a spit
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“Season and spit the roast, taking care that it's well balanced, and lock the spit into the rotisserie.”
Verb
To rain down
“For two nights, I slept under a sky saturated with smog. Tiny raindrops spit down from above, and there were no stars to be seen.”
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To utter in a hostile or aggressive way
“Those twisted lips would spit out frustrated words through gritted teeth.”
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To feel or express violent uncontrollable anger
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To become excitedly upset or angry
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To engage in (typically meaningless or unimportant) conversation
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To produce saliva
Noun
Plural for saliva, typically that which has been ejected from a person's mouth
“His tongue droops out like a dog's tongue. He crosses his eyes, and his mouth is dribbling with spit.”
Noun
Plural for a long, thin metal rod pushed through meat in order to hold and turn it while it is roasted over an open fire
“My Greek son-in-law cooks his souvlaki on a spit with chunks of lamb.”
Noun
Plural for a piece of land projecting into water
“A rocky spit extending 114 miles south from the southern point of Outer Duck Island has a depth of only 11 feet at the outer extremity.”
Noun
Plural for someone or something that is visually identical to another
“Where Winnie was a miniature version of her mother, ten-year-old Jack was the spit and image of his dad.”
Noun
Plural for underwater or partially submerged ledge
Noun
Plural for a thin, pointed piece of metal, wood, or other rigid material
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Plural for a small flash of light produced by a sudden disruptive electrical discharge through the air
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Plural for a small amount of a quality or intense feeling
Noun
Plural for unsolicited call
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