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spit

(spĭt) [AS. spittan]
1. Saliva.
2. To expectorate spittle.
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The whole thing is a shambles and I would be spitting blood if I were a United shareholder.
She becomes Bee's new "mom" after the real one finally expires (though not before endless scenes of spitting blood, collapsing in the rain, pleading with God, etc.).
The Chancellor was spitting blood over Oxford University's rejection of a brilliant Geordie schoolgirl - who promptly won a prestigious pounds 65,000 scholarship to America's Harvard University.
Brit bike builder CCM will be showing its cool Spitfire at the London Motor Show - but it might have aviation nuts spitting blood.
A GIRL who was spitting blood and suffering a massive bleed waited three hours to be seen in a Swansea A&E department.
One victim was battered to the ground in the shocking video and left spitting blood into a sink as the attacker and the cameraman laughed.
"I was never intimidated as a head teacher and I do not intend to be intimidated as chief inspector " - Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw, who says he is "spitting blood" over attacks on the education watchdog.
Then in June this year a man who had Hepatitis C received a 20 weeks suspended jail sentence for spitting blood in a paramedic's face in an incident on the A487 roadside at Maentwrog.
He took a sore one early on and was spitting blood up.
However, Alex Ferguson cannot be entirely happy with this trip to Transylvania, and was left spitting blood as his team fell behind for the sixth time in nine games.
When he was arrested he spat in the face of one of the officers, said Mr Bartlett, who pointed out that Jones had previous convictions for assaulting police officers - including spitting blood and saliva into an officer's face.
"Maureen was spitting blood when she found out and I wasn't happy at all about it.