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spit

(spĭt) [AS. spittan]
1. Saliva.
2. To expectorate spittle.
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More than one-third of surveyed American adults spit blood in the sink after brushing or flossing their teeth, according to GSK, but most consumers don't realize it could be a sign of a serious oral health problem.
S., Motherwell I WISH the firm behind the mouthwash "for people who spit blood" would stop showing their advert on TV at teatime when people are trying to eat.
"For people who spit blood when they brush their teeth." Poetry!