Definitions

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  • adjective Having a slit or slits.

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Examples

  • Underneath the unbuttoned robe was a collarless black silk shirt with a slitted neck embellished with bright green embroidery.

    Arcane Circle

  • He stood with his hooked beak pointed west at the setting sun, but when Mountain gestured at him, he craned his neck toward us and his golden eye slitted.

    Arcane Circle

  • Zane looked at me through slitted eyes, and wiped my blood from his bottom lip in a motion that made me want to lick him all over.

    My Fair Succubi

  • Zane looked at me through slitted eyes, and wiped my blood from his bottom lip in a motion that made me want to lick him all over.

    My Fair Succubi

  • A fine boned scaled woman with slitted pupils … two things as much pig as man bared tusks in my direction … a dark skinned man who appeared normal save for the single horn curving up from his crown … a veiled woman of curves and grace with writhing snakes for hair … and so many more.

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  • And my father looking on, weighing us both through slitted eyes.

    Secret History of Elizabeth Tudor, Vampire Slayer

  • Underneath the unbuttoned robe was a collarless black silk shirt with a slitted neck embellished with bright green embroidery.

    Arcane Circle

  • The traitor within the team is flushed out, Mr. Terrific is NOT dead (as I have predicted all along), and I still wonder why it is that Cyclone flies around in aÂhigh-slitted skirt without underwear.

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  • He stood with his hooked beak pointed west at the setting sun, but when Mountain gestured at him, he craned his neck toward us and his golden eye slitted.

    Arcane Circle

  • Candace stared at the pink, fleshy image in silence for a few moments, eyes darting back and forth like tiny blue beads behind slitted eyelids.

    FOR FASHION’S SAKE • by Fred Warren

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