item

[ noun, verb ahy-tuhm; adverb ahy-tem ]SEE DEFINITION OF item

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ITEM

Item, the clyster repeated in the evening, as above, thirty sous.

I thanked him for the item, resolving to add it to my list of curious Americanisms.

And I did not feel it essential to my regard for him to know every item of his past.

Tall Clemence made a dirty remark about every item that she touched.

He had two carts laden with luggage—one item, a green parrot in a cage.

"Item," said Calhoun again, getting his arms out of the vacuum-suit sleeves.

Caligraphy was the item before them now, and on it they turned their well-trained brains.

Why don't you cut that item out—shove it over until next year?

The item was among those under the head of “Personal and Social.”

The latter's address was, so the Item said, "a triumph of oratorical effort."

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