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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwhitwhit /wɪt/ noun   not a whit
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whitThis lack of technical wizardry does not seem to make a whit of difference in their lives.I know that his intervention was well meant and had not a whit of political mischief about it.But he conducts himself in all situations with a dignity not one whit lessened by his shortness.And, remarkably, it changed her personality not one whit.An impending thirtieth birthday and a two and a half year-old daughter called Sophie haven't turned her fashion tastes one whit.
Related topics: Chronology
WhitWhit noun [countable, uncountable] British English  TMCWhitsun
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WhitA service is still held here by Methodists every Whit Sunday.In Whit Week 1850 over 200,000 day-trippers left Manchester for the countryside and the sea.Inverdarroch: Whit urr ye gon na be tellin' us noo, Isabel.By winning, Pedregon moved past Whit Bazemore into second place in the standings.Anyway, it's Whit Monday.At one period in its history, it became part of the Sunday school Whit Sunday activities.Then it was all the fun of the Whit Monday Fair.Look me up when you come through. Whit Deschner.
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