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Definition of sit:

  1. To keep the seat upon; to seat. To sit down, to place one's self on a seat; to begin a siege; to fix a permanent abode. To sit up, not to go to bed.
  2. To rest upon the haunches; to perch; to occupy a seat; to rest; to lie; to hold a session; to exercise authority; to incubate; to be placed; to be suited.

Synonyms:

fall, present, congregate, stand, incubate, invest, vex, lie, sit around, adopted, pattern, au pair, join, taunt, baby-sit, simulate, hatch, adoption, aesthetic, quench, flop, personate, meet with, strangle, cherub, format, adopt, position, ride, relax, join in, sit down, occupy, composition, bunk, stupefy, depend on, suppress, adoption agency, impersonate, depend upon, mould, do, nonplus, concentrate, flash mob, gather, squat, cuddle up, legend, turn on, posture, brood, care order, care, twit, babysit, be, set down, stifle, lay, exist, model, hold back, bewilder, effect, assemble, qualify, mock up, resit, muffle, hinge upon, puzzle, dip out, belong, draftsmanship, bomb, drive, repress, enter into, remain, bed down, amaze, convene, tantalize, rag, collapse, perch, hunker down, place, bait, restraint, throttle, gag, flavor, tease, hinge on, perplex, adoptive, tantalise, bear, put, down, flock, homage, seat, smother, mystify, meet, mold, hold down, devolve on, get through, stand up, gravel, involve, engage in, pose, razz, rise, sit in on, cod, pass, retake, commission, rally, babysitter, get together, score, get in on, induct, muster, dumbfound, curl up, flummox, participate, baffle, fail, set, rest, mount, flunk, get, bear on, beat, stick.

Google Ngram Viewer results for sit:

This graph shows how "sit" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for sit:

  1. All we'll have to do will be to sit still? "Ethel Morton at Chautauqua" , Mabell S. C. Smith.
  2. I must sit and work. "Letters of Anton Chekhov" , Anton Chekhov Translated by Constance Garnett.
  3. How shall I sit? "Saracinesca" , F. Marion Crawford.

Quotes for sit:

  1. It's fun. I sit down every day and tell stories. Some folk would kill to get that chance. - Bernard Cornwell
  2. Before marriage, many couples are very much like people rushing to catch an airplane; once aboard, they turn into passengers. They just sit there. - Paul Getty
  3. I can remember feeling very angry, and saying no! I can do it myself! From that point of view it was very emotional for me to get myself to the point to sit in the chair and be "up". - Gregory Hines
  4. Ever since I came to Congress in 1992, there are those who have been trying to silence my voice. I've been told to "sit down and shut up" over and over again. Well, I won't sit down and I won't shut up until the full and unvarnished truth is placed before the American people. - Cynthia McKinney
  5. I try to sit down at the typewriter four times a day, even if it's only five minutes, and write three sentences. - Roger Zelazny

Rhymes for sit:

  1. acquit, admit, befit, commit, dewitt, emit, gillett, lafitte, legit, omit, permit, prewitt, refit, remit, submit, transmit, unfit.
  2. bit, brit, britt, chit, fit, fitt, flit, get, grit, hit, hitt, it, kit, kitt, knit, lit, litt, mit, mitt, nit, pit, pitt, plitt, quit, ritt, schmidt, schmitt, skit, slit, smit, spit, split, splitt, vitt, whit, wit, witt, writ.
  3. readmit, recommit, resubmit.

Idioms for sit:

  1. sit right/ well ( with sb)
  2. sit tight
  3. sit by sm
  4. not sit well with sb
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