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Possible correct spellings for jit

  • Mit
  • A friendly voice spoke to him and said, "wie gehts mit ihnen?"

    Oh, holy night, struck gold at MIT They expelled me for my theory of actual reality

    – Today 4 U by Original Broadway Cast
  • Bit
  • And he bit me, too," said dorn.

  • Jct
  • Utah: weber co. : mt. willard, weber-box elder co. line, 9768 ft., 2 uu. salt lake co. : butterfield canyon, 7000 ft., 1 uu; brighton, silver lake p. o., 8700 ft., 2 uu; brighton, silver lake p. o., 8750 ft., 8 uu; brighton, silver lake p. o., 9000 ft., 2 uu; brighton, silver lake p. o., 9500 ft., 1 uu. summit co. : jct. bear river and east fork, 2 cm; smith and morehouse canyon, 7000 ft., 1 uu; mirror lake, 10,000 ft., 1 uu. daggett co. : jct. deep and carter creeks, 7900 ft., 1 uu. utah co. : nebo mtn., 1 mi. e payson lake, 8300 ft., 1 uu; nebo mts., 12 mi. se payson lake, 1 uu. wasatch co. : current creek, uinta mts., 1 bs; wasatch mts., 1 bs. uintah co. : paradise park, 21 mi. w and 15 mi. n vernal, uinta mts., 10,050 ft., 2 cm, 3 ku; paradise park, uinta mts., 10,100 ft., 6 uu. sanpete co. : manti, 3 bs. sevier co. : 7 mi. creek, 20 mi. se salina, 5 cm; fish lake plateau, 2 bs. emery co. : lake creek, 11 mi. e mt. pleasant, 4 cm. grand co. : warner r. s., la sal mts., 9750 ft., 2 uu; la sal mts., 11,000 ft., 1 bs. beaver co. : puffer lake, beaver mts., 2 bs. wayne co. : elkhorn g. s., fish lake plateau, 14 mi. n torrey, 9400 ft., 3 uu. garfield co. : wildcat r. s., boulder mtn., 8700 ft., 6 uu; 18 mi. n escalante, 9500 ft., 1 uu. washington co. : pine valley mts., 7 bs. san juan co. : geyer pass, 18 mi. sse moab, 3 cm; cooley, 8 mi. w monticello, 3 cm.

  • Wit
  • Among the friends of lucilius, besides scipio and laelius, were aelius stilo, albinus, and granius, whom cicero quotes for his wit.

  • Pit
  • When jacob fled from home and country, a criminal and outcast, he no doubt felt how completely he had himself fallen into the pit he had digged.

  • Jut
  • Some jut out as sharp ledges.

  • It
  • Always called it 'mount vernon ten hundred' or 'mount vernon one-o-double o.

  • Jim
  • If you wanted me to leave the theatre altogether, it would make a great difference; i do a good deal for jim and cicely."

  • Jib
  • The schooner trembled to her keel under the reverse, but next moment, the other sails still drawing, the jib flapped back again and hung idle.

  • Zit
  • The air 'ithin the geaerden wall wer deadly still, unless the bee did hummy by, or in the hall the clock did ring a-hetten dree, an' there, wi' busy hands, inside the iron ceaesement, oben'd wide, did zit an' pull wi' nimble twitch her tiny stitch, young fanny deaene.

  • Nit
  • The george of kaiser karl's "nit-kop-ab."

  • Jot
  • Monmouth cared not a jot.

  • Jig
  • "well, the men have arrived," jig announced.

  • Sit
  • 581. but he did sit still?

  • Hit
  • I tramped on her some, until we hit bottom the other side of burk.

  • Jilt
  • Was it a pleasant thing to me, do you suppose, to jilt geraldine challoner?

  • Git
  • If you tink i vouldn't like to see all de hungry fed, you got me wrong, mr. carpenter; but vot i learned is dis-if you stop fer all de misery you see in de vorld about you, you vouldn't git novhere."

  • Cit
  • Against him first: he's a very dog to the commonalty 2.cit.

  • Kit
  • "ther whole kit and kaboodle of 'em will be hyar soon, though.

  • Jet
  • There was a testament on the table, but he had brought his bible in his pocket; and by the gas-jet in its wire guard, that striped the walls with lean shadows like the bars of some wild beast's cage, robert carlton forgot his own sins, persecution and imprisonment, in those of his hero st. paul; and was in another world when the rattle of a key brought him back to this.

  • Fit
  • I'll give you six months before you can call him fit to ride, george.

  • Lit
  • They sat in the pleasant fire-lit drawing-room looking at each other.

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