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spit in Geography topic

spitspit2 noun  1 [uncountable]HBH informal the watery liquid that is produced in your mouth syn saliva2 [countable]DFC a long thin stick that you put through meat so that you can turn it when cooking it over a fire3 [countable]SG a long narrow piece of land that sticks out into the sea, into a river etc4 be the (dead) spit of somebody5 spit and polish
Examples from the Corpus
spitElizabeth and Anne contrived a spit for Felix's chickens and set them to roast.He worked his way over to the window, opened it, and took a spit into the fresh biting coldness.He freed a hand and wiped away the spit.Those first learning to water start or carve gybe are best off in the flat water to windward by the spit.Good food will be served from the spit.