EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HIT

But I kept looking and after awhile I was able to sit up and ask what hit me.

Often, during a thunderstorm a tree had been hit by lightning.

One day she hit the shell in the wrong place--and they're still looking for the monkey.

As He knows so well where to hit us we must stifle our moans when He does so.

I think even now that I might hit any large and goodly mark with a bow like this.

"You hit him," cried Chip, forgetting his prejudice for a moment.

Mr. Johnson has hit on the most effectual manner of plaguing us all.

Isn't the 'modest genius' rather proud of the hit she has made?

And now the picture has made a hit and brought a good price, and he must own it.

Well, hit do look sorter so, but I wouldn't 'a' b'lieved it, Mars Tom.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HIT

manslaughter

nounkilling without malicious forethought
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