Definitions

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  • adjective characterised by spitting
  • adjective tending to spit frequently
  • adjective covered in saliva

Etymologies

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spit +‎ -y

Examples

  • And siding with Roberto "spitty" Alomar over Davey Johnson, etc. etc. etc.)

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  • There was never a place for Jake to set the heavy cases of beer while the man rang him up, so covered was the counter with piles of the spitty spent shells.

    The Place He Had to Go

  • Speak the truth get a slap on the hand ..... too bad Glassman didn't use the word that rhyms with spitty to describe their economic acumen like our trusted public offical did 12 times in questioning with Goldman.

    Controversial memo sends financial giant backtracking

  • "Banter", for me, is like a spitty wind, one that either breezes past gently, or batters me round the cheeks with its mindless force.

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  • Speak the truth get a slap on the hand ..... too bad Glassman didn't use the word that rhyms with spitty to describe their economic acumen like our trusted public offical did 12 times in questioning with Goldman.

    Controversial memo sends financial giant backtracking

  • There was never a place for Jake to set the heavy cases of beer while the man rang him up, so covered was the counter with piles of the spitty spent shells.

    The Place He Had to Go

  • Beth, whose mouth is always wet and spitty in the corners, raises her hand.

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  • In infants, be sure to burp your baby frequently during feedings every 1 to 2 ounces or every five minutes when breast-feeding if he or she is a spitty baby and prop up your baby after meals to allow gravity to work; backwash can happen more easily when an infant is lying down flat.

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  • There's an inch of snow on the ground, and it's supposed to be intermittently spitty through the beginning of next week, but nothing serious.

    i have seen the spectre. he has been here too.

  • In infants, be sure to burp your baby frequently during feedings every 1 to 2 ounces or every five minutes when breast-feeding if he or she is a spitty baby and prop up your baby after meals to allow gravity to work; backwash can happen more easily when an infant is lying down flat.

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