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spit

(spĭt) [AS. spittan]
1. Saliva.
2. To expectorate spittle.
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Simon Worthy, prosecuting, said the defendant was struggling violently with police as he was being arrested and spat blood and saliva into one officer's face.
Minutes later Smith, who had suffered an injured nose, spat blood on the same officer.
A 22 YEAR-OLD man who spat blood at a schoolboy as he tried to rob him of his bike was traced through DNA testing.
A TEENAGER spat blood into the face of a garda then threatened to kill him and rape his family, a court heard yesterday.
Kids up and down the country were expelled from school and parents spat blood about the kind of example Goldenballs was setting.
A HEROIN user spat blood into the face of a policeman who was trying to calm him down, a court heard.
A FOX hunter who spat blood in a policeman's face and hit two protesters with his riding whip escaped jail yesterday.