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spit

(spĭt) [AS. spittan]
1. Saliva.
2. To expectorate spittle.
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At one stage he also headbutted the ground and during the journey to the police station he banged his head against the plastic screen in the patrol car and spat blood in the vehicle.
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 who spat blood in a police officer's face has been electronically tagged and placed on a curfew order.
He made a lewd comment to the 19-year-old girl, grabbed her arm, spat blood at her and punched her then turned his attentions to her 16-year-old friend, alleged Mr Driver.
Wilkie also bit a steward on the arm as he and passengers tried to hold him down and spat blood and saliva into the face of a shocked stewardess.
Drunken Gary Smith threw a bottle that hit an officer and spat blood on him.
A HEROIN user spat blood into the face of a policeman who was trying to calm him down, a court heard.