Thesaurus / chit
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If I got three meals in two days I considered myself jolly lucky, and he made me sign a chit for ten dollars every week.

Lord JimJoseph Conrad

I wouldn't let a chit like that order what a household of grown people should do and make them bow down to her.

A Little Girl in Old SalemAmanda Minnie Douglas

Look at that little Morris chit with her cheek plastered up to Johnnie Rawlins'!

QuinAlice Hegan Rice

The chit and her young officer felt unequal to remaining outside, against the tidal wave of the returned motorists.

It Never Can Happen AgainWilliam De Morgan

Allison ordered Tommy's drink and watched the corporal mark it up in his chit book.

A Yankee Flier with the R.A.F.Rutherford G. Montgomery

Chitchat, chit′chat, n. chatting or idle talk: prattle: gossip.

His lordship got plenty good stores, borrow some from him and give him chit.

The Yellow GodH. Rider Haggard

Just fancy Dr. Wiseman, at the age of fifty-nine, falling in love with a chit of a girl of seventeen!

Sharing Her CrimeMay Agnes Fleming

I wrote him a "chit," or letter of recommendation, which I hope served his purpose if he could get any one to read it.

A Wayfarer in ChinaElizabeth Kendall

That chit has the right to ruin me—not because of anything she's done, but because she is.

Mr. ProhackE. Arnold Bennett

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