Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Third person sing. pres. of abide.
- n. Obsolete form of habit.
- v. obsolete Third-person singular simple present indicative form of abide. - Geoffrey Chaucer
- adv. common misspelling of a bit.
GNU Webster's 1913
- obsolete 3d sing. pres. of abide.
- adv. to a small degree; somewhat.
“PHILLIPS: That's what you call abit of an impromptu stakeout there at the Hill.”
“: P It just sounds like they want to add-in abit of that Transformer 2 "magic" because - hell - those films made money ...”
“I actually learned abit from the kids program "Plaza Sesamo" which is Sesame Street.”
“It gets somewhat solid and some of the oil splits off abit, which is just a shame.”
“I created this account when i was a kid so now i find my username abit kiddish hahaha.”
“Special hardware monitors such as abit® uGuru and Gigabyte® ODIN ™ power supplies serie are supported too.”
“Toned down 'abit' and New Version up now - better I think.”
“I find it abit boring that most of us have white homes when there is so many beautiful colours in the world. yoyo”
“As far as I know people still like to make money from their films and taming this one down abit might have succeded in that venture for them.”
“She probably rushed straight out of the office as she turned up for work at 10.00 hrs, after having three brews, checked emails leisureley, and messed around on youtube for abit.”
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