How to spell VIT correctly?

We think the word vit is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable.

List of suggestions on how to spell vit correctly

  • bit "Sometimes he does look a bit tired," Alston allowed.
  • fit "Can't you see she's hardly fit to do a hand's turn at work?
  • kit She always saw personally to the packing of her writing kit.
  • lit No sound came from the Duchess as we left her there in the half lit twilight.
  • mit "Straight goods, Mit," stated the southpaw serenely, as he stepped forward.
  • nit Maybe sometime shell get a chance to nit the other half.
  • pit In the following pit a curious change of tone is manifest.
  • sit Now let us sit down and hear all about it.
  • vat He kept fourteen head of cattle there for five months, allowing none but the liquid part of the manure to pass into the vat.
  • vet I took my pet vole to my vet.
  • vi The vienna sapper corps was a renowned corps of skilled combat engineers during the Napoleonic Wars.
  • vie I'm trying to lose weight and Vie for a healthy lifestyle.
  • vii
  • vim
  • vip
  • vt I have a VT license.
  • wit That new joke was really funny, but I don't think my friends would find it as witty as I do.
  • Cit Cit. -Just in the same manner as his partner did your ladyship, all mild and mannerly, smiling, and in perfect temper; for my part, if I was a young wench again, I should be in love with such a man.
  • Git I'll hear the shots, an' be back to you afore they can git up the hill.
  • It Is it for this?
  • Via
  • Vito
  • Vita She took a bite of her Vita-bite.
  • Vic He's a Vic who knows how to enjoy life.
  • HIT Worse than the fly, they seemed unaware that she had even tried to hit them.
  • VDT The VDT is a valuable tool for improving workplace safety.
  • ZIT My little sister brought a bloody zit to church.

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