- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bitt.
“When I was trail crew boss and fire crew squad boss, I always carried a double-bitted axe.”
“I was a man, a god, and the very elements rendered me allegiance as I bitted them to my will.”
“And for a month she had been in the company of a man -- Stephen Knight, athlete, surf-board rider, a bronzed god of the sea who bitted the crashing breakers, leaped upon their backs, and rode them in to shore.”
“There was no withstanding Daylight when he vaulted on the back of life, and rode it bitted and spurred.”
“Dick pointed out her horse, an alert bay thoroughbred, stallion at that, under a small Australian saddle with steel stirrups, and double-reined and single-bitted.”
“He has ` ` bitted the bull-mouthed breaker '' and ridden it in, and the pride in the feat shows in the carriage of his magnificent body as he glances for a moment carelessly at you who sit in the shade of the shore.”
“And I can't count the number of times I've had people recall some they know or themselves being bitted by a German Shepherd Dog, a breed rarely on a BSL list.”
“Better than a dozen of these 19th-century speed machines, presumably un-doped, are then released to blast wide-eyed around the mile-and-quarter track, kicking up a rooster tail of dirt and dust as froth spews from their bitted jaws and their jockey's goggles become pasted with crud.”
“Theban blood; with no wild waving of the thyrsus, clad in fawnskin thou dancest, but with chariots and bitted steeds wheelest thy charger strong of hoof.”
“April 12, 2008 at 9:37 pm iz funni- mai kitteh fawt dat da snaki mit be nomible n sos himz sniffez it- kitteh gotz bitted on nose fur dat! kitteh lebz snaki alon naow!”
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