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  • noun Plural form of chitty.


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  • By all accounts, any sad and deranged individual offering himself for election as a Labour candidate at the general election, has to sign one of these worthless 'chitties'.

    Army Rumour Service

  • One described the meeting as "surreal" as the mindless drones banged their desks in approval before scurrying gleefully to the door to collect their "excused thinking" chitties on the way out.

    Nobody is interested in hearing your views

  • All the chitties had Sharpe's initials in the bottom right-hand corner, most of them in pencil, but some had been initialled in ink and Sharpe set those aside.

    Sharpe's Fortress

  • The men crowded about him with their chitties and he pulled out a pencil and scrawled his initials in the corner of each one, thus confirming that they had completed and were owed for one journey.

    Sharpe's Fortress

  • The Colonel's orders are on the table, sahib, with the chitties.

    Sharpe's Fortress

  • Hakeswill found the chitties on the table and went to the door, leaving small bloody marks on the floor from his opened blister.

    Sharpe's Fortress

  • He gave me many chitties and swore you signed them in front of him.

    Sharpe's Fortress

  • He wants me back at Deogaum because he reckons there are forged chitties in the camp.

    Sharpe's Fortress

  • His blood had soaked the chitties Clare whimpered when she saw the blood.

    Sharpe's Fortress

  • And this morning, sir, when he should have been issuing the chitties he was employed on his own business.

    Sharpe's Fortress


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