gittin

[ Sephardic Hebrew gee-teen; Ashkenazic Hebrew git-in ]SEE DEFINITION OF gittin

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We're gittin' next it now, Miss Allis; we'll soon know all about it.

I don't reckon they've begun yet, hardly; they're gittin' the machinery in place.

"I'm 'fraid Lorenzo's gittin' dissipated in his old age," he observed.

Didn't you give me 'hark from the tomb' for gittin' up and goin' away?

We must go over on a raft; it is not only cowld, but is gittin' cowlder.

"That boy is gittin' too big fer his boots," went on Abner Balberry.

Tell Miss Mary she's gittin' to be 'most as grand a reader as she be.

“I'll be gittin' along,” he said sullenly, and made for the door.

He was just gittin' ready to aim his gun ag'in when I caught him.

And you're gittin' no worse; it does seem like you're gittin' better all the time.