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1. bite n.

53 quotations in 5 senses
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(a) A blow with a sharp weapon; taken bite, strike or hit; (b) the blade or cutting edge (of a sword, battle-ax, etc.); the point (of a spear); (c) the fluke (of an anchor); the tip (of a bird's…

2. bited ppl.

1 quotation in 1 sense
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Only in doublebited, having two bits or cutting edges.

3. bitel adj.

5 quotations in 1 sense
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Sharp-edged, sharp (weapon); sharp, cruel (blow).

4. twī̆bit(e n.

Additional spellings: twibite
7 quotations in 1 sense
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A two-edged ax; a mortising ax; also person.; ?also, a double-headed mattock [1st quot.].

5. slit(te n.

Additional spellings: slitte
16 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) A cut in the flesh, a wound; also, a chap or sore [last quot.]; (b) a cut in a tree or vine; (c) an opening in the front of a garment, a slash; a pocket in a garment; slit ful, a pocketful; (d) a…

6. bitlok n.

1 quotation in 1 sense
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A bit of food.