Definitions

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  • v. Second-person singular simple present form of hit.

Etymologies

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hit -est, the archaic second-person singular tense suffix

Examples

  • It was a tactic to not piss of those that liked the mashups and hittest.

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  • Locksley, do thou shoot; but, if thou hittest such a mark, I will say thou art the first man ever did so.

    Ivanhoe

  • Locksley, do thou shoot; but, if thou hittest such

    Ivanhoe

  • Under Stars and quality, preventative messaging, accelerating some of what we're doing to get folks to take better care of themselves around the hittest ph measures, as where we are going to spend some dollars.

  • Is there a hittest function that I can call to not to hit the user control and its children when such flag is set?

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  • While creates a loop, so the hittest is constantly being checked for.

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  • -- "Sirrah Locksley, do thou shoot, but, if thou hittest such a mark, I will say thou art the first man ever did so.

    Short Stories and Selections for Use in the Secondary Schools

  • "Cowardly dog!" said Prince John -- "Sirrah Locksley, do thou shoot; but, if thou hittest such a mark, I will say thou art the first man ever did so.

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  • "Sirrah Locksley, do thou shoot; but, if thou hittest such a mark, I will say thou art the first man ever did so.

    The Speaker, No. 5: Volume II, Issue 1 December, 1906.

  • -- - "Sirrah Locksley, do thou shoot; but, if thou hittest such a mark, I will say thou art the first man ever did so.

    Ivanhoe. A Romance

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