- n. Plural form of pit.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Slang The worst possible situation, person, or thing; something extremely bad, boring, or depressing; -- always used with the.
“Near the mouths of these pits were several other shallow pits, lined with clay, and full of rain water: between the _mine pits_ and these _wash pits_ laid several heaps of sandy gravel.”
“The title pits players as the God of Destruction out to save Overload Badman for those irritating heroes.”
“There were mountains, vast plains, and what they called pits and we call craters.”
“Team Work how many races have been won on the pits. the speed, the team work, the sheer grit of the guys in the pit crew, can make (or break) the drivers race. one second won at the pits, is worth a minute on the track!”
“Here and there were features which the mad god had smeared half away, and one woman wept scalding tears from twin pits of horror, where her eyes once had been.”
“As mother Julian said, when, the poor persecuted woman, had to brick herself into a cell as an anchorite against attack by the lying establishment and listen to the screams of the innocent faithful, burning in pits all around her:”
“Pressure-sensitive organs termed Herbst corpuscles, embedded within pits on the premaxillary and dentary tips, are closely packed and particularly numerous in birds that probe sediments.”
“The pits at this new location are designed exactly like the pits from the original Kreuz store.”
“Lindy, the tart looks beautiful (yes, even with the little pits from the cherry liquid), and sounds luscious.”
“Anything that helps educate about pits is worth linking to.”
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