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  • v. Past participle of hit

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Examples

  • BROWN: I just want -- I want to make sure that everybody who has ever been hitten -- hit or beaten or hurt verbally or hit physically, it will happen again and again.

    CNN Transcript Apr 6, 2009

  • But though I could hardly hold the gun, unless with my back against a bar, it did me good to hear it go off, and hope to have hitten his enemies.

    Lorna Doone

  • I never knowed I was hitten yer— He turned quickly and looked behind him when the inner door began a slow and careful opening.

    The Dollmaker

  • You want to talk about a band hitten their stride their is no band more dynamic, genre bending, energetic, and positive force emerging then Lotus.

    JamBase

  • I'm now 45 years of age, and has been hitten by the psykiatric system starting up and dealing with this - sinse I was 18 years old - at first!

    Blogbot - forsiden

  • "Songs In A Minor", med hitten "Fallin", sålde mer än 10 miljoner exemplar och bidrog till fem Grammy Awards för bland annat Best New Artist och Best R&B Album.

    Kulturbloggen

  • June 6, 2009 at 4:07 am nice one! here’s a good one maybe z perzon will take z picture of z cat trying to get a butterfly inside when z butterfly is outside and z cat keeps hitten z head on z window!

    PARTNERSHIP - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • A soft single by Posednik may not score Butler from 2B, but a deep single by Butler (may a 2B if hitten by Podsednik) may easily score Podsednik.

    Royals Review

  • Den hit sort o 'bounce up in de air an' lep right over mah haid an 'hitten a tree -- "

    Viola Gwyn

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