Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Obsolete forms of plight.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • SciFi Scanner tells us that Wolfgang Peterson is set to direct Uprising, a movie whose plit sounds suspiciously close to Battlefield Earth.

    March 2008

  • SciFi Scanner tells us that Wolfgang Peterson is set to direct Uprising, a movie whose plit sounds suspiciously close to Battlefield Earth.

    SF Tidbits for 3/14/08

  • Much happens, some inconsequent, some vitally important, and it is up to us, the readers, to find our own way through the layers of plit and counterplot.

    The Thursday Morning "It's Been A While" Review: Sea Without A Shore

  • From where I stood, I could hear the small plit-plat-plit of the drops that fell from the toe of the corpse's dangling shoe.

    Drums of Autumn

  • On his abrupt and unexpected apparition, Diana paled and Ruth flushed slightly, whereupon Sir Rowland might have bethought him, had he been book-learned, of the axiom, "Amour qui rougit, fleurette; amour qui plit, drame du coeur."

    Mistress Wilding

  • In Chapter XXX, "plit from end to end" was changed to "split from end to end"; and "bow my hear down with shame" was changed to "bow my head down with shame".

    "Unto Caesar"

  • If you want a more standalone-ftp-client like experience you can use dolphinss plit view: [[File: Tutorials_ftp2. png | 560px]]

    KDE UserBase - Recent changes [en]

  • Or, place the phone on a flat surface and the two projectors can s plit up the keyboard onto either side of the phone for an even larger keyboard.

    syntech software tech blog

  • Dolphin'ss plit view: [[File: Tutorials_ftp2. png | 560px]] = = Add a remote folder to your places bar = =

    KDE UserBase - Recent changes [en]

  • There seems to be a plit on who wants more taxes and who wants less. i say, all those in favor of higher taxes, ,go ahead and pay extra, do the Patriotic thing and pay extra if you think its such a great idea.

    TimesArgus.com: Sports

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  • Found in "Piccadilly Jim" by P.G. Woodhouse, in the first line of Chapter XX, Celestine Imparts Information -- "Plit is only as strong as its weakest link."

    He was referring to a dull witted character who was about to ruin a sneaky plan. In this use, 'plit' seems to refer to a chain.

    September 29, 2009