What is the difference between Spit and Spite?
What is the difference between Spit and Spite? :
Spit : (verb)
( 1 ) Send out from the mouth
He was spitting blood after being hit in the mouth.
The child took one sip of the tea and spit it out.
( 2 ) Send saliva from the mouth
He is inclined to spit when he talks quickly.
( 3 ) Send saliva from the mouth as a sign of anger or contempt
She spat on his face.
( 4 ) Utter something violently or forcefully
She spat curses at him.
( 5 ) Make a noise like spitting to show anger
He walked off spitting with fury.
( 6 ) Rain lightly
It is not raining heavily any more. But it is still spitting a bit.
Spite : (noun)
( 1 ) Desire to hurt, annoy or offend another person
He said it out of spite.
Spite : (verb)
( 1 ) Annoy, offend or injure someone because of spite
He plays his radio loudly every evening just to spite us.
Do not do anything to spite your neighbors.
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