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Definition of split:

  1. Divided. To split on a rock, to err fatally.
  2. A crack, rent, or longitudinal fissure; a breach or separation.
  3. To divide lengthwise; to rive; to cleave; to rend; to divide; to break into discord; to strain and pain with laughter.
  4. To burst; to burst with laughter; to be dashed to pieces.

Common misspellings for split:

splt, splite, splited, splis.

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

Examples of usage for split:

  1. Split the pigeons down the back. –  by
  2. I hear you had a horrible run- in, and that you split him up the back like a quail. –  by
  3. Another way of dressing kidneys is to split them in half, season them with salt and pepper, lard them, and broil them. –  by

Quotes for split:

  1. I think there's a tremendous split between people who've been through a war and people who haven't.
  2. The soul can split the sky in two and let the face of God shine through.
  3. Public -opinion polls show that Americans split about evenly on civil unions. But when the words "gay marriage" are presented, they break 3 -to -1 against it.
  4. I'd look at one of my stonecutters hammering away at the rock, perhaps a hundred times without as much as a crack showing in it. Yet, at the hundred and first blow it would split in two, and I knew it was not that blow that did it, but all that had gone before.
  5. The split second she ceases to care is the only time a woman ceases to be attractive.

Rhymes for split:

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