Correct spelling for QIT
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Possible correct spellings for qit
- bit "Not a bit," he said.
- fit There was really nothing about that seemed fit for the purpose.
- kit Have you told Kit Shelby?"
- lit She was sitting with her hand on his, now looking at him, now over the valley, when she saw smoke beginning to rise from the chimney of her home; the fire was being lit for making the dinner.
- mit Veil, maybe dey vos not quite full, but dere is a ham in der bantry dot vould pe bretty good mit der stomach.
- nit Soon they glided by Hy-wach-es Creek and rounding Wak-ah-nit they came in view of the great valley where the Tsomass flows.
- pit The Gate of Tophet had opened and Something had crept out upon the world; it was for him to cast It back into the Pit!
- quit Yes, lad, he quit at a gallop."
- sit " Sit down, Ted; I'm not through.
- wit Never dwelling long on any subject, and rarely entering profoundly into it, they sparkle on the surface with great dexterity, bringing wit, gaiety, and tact, into play.
- Cit But this is something odde 2 Cit.
- Git And we-uns kin git in free!
- It You like it, Abey?
- QT yelow Oaker, qt. neat 2ct: 0: 17li.
- HIT Did anything hit him, Ivey?
- ZIT An' Poll don't zit up half the night, Nor lie vor half the day a-bed; An' zoo her eyes be sparklen bright, An' zoo her cheaeks be bloomen red.
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