Sentences with Spit, Past and Past Participle Form Of Spit V1 V2 V3
Meaning: 1. Eject saliva forcibly from one’s mouth, sometimes as a gesture of contempt or anger.(intransitive verb)
2. (of a fire or something being cooked) emit small bursts of sparks or hot fat with a series of short, explosive noises.(intransitive verb)
3. Light rain falls.(intransitive verb)
Sentences with Spit
1.You must not spit on the ground.
2.Steve spit out the poison.
3.Frank is the spitting image of his father.
4.A gentleman would not spit on the street.
5.I can’t put up with the way he spits.
6.If it tastes bad, spit it out.
7.The child drank first and then spat.
8.She spat because the milk was spoiled.