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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KIT

But wait till I tell you what Kit Monaghan said to me yesterday.

When he had completed it, he tossed the hammer back into his kit in disgust.

Except for a parcel in a red print handkerchief, this was all his kit and luggage.

Stan picked a roll of bandage out of the kit and looked at it intently.

Kit tried to recall where he had heard the name, but failed.

She bent her head, and with Kit beside her passed on to the inner portal.

Kit Rhodes was appalled at the spirit he had carelessly wakened.

Kit held it to the light, read it, and returned it to Rotil.

Kit met the band where the trail forked to Palomitas and Mesa Blanca.

In a half hour Clodomiro came in sight again just as Kit rode in from the west.

WORD ORIGIN

late 13c., "round wooden tub," perhaps from Middle Dutch kitte "jug, tankard, wooden container," of unknown origin. Meaning "collection of personal effects," especially for traveling (originally in reference to a soldier), is from 1785; that of "outfit of tools for a workman" is from 1851. Of drum sets, by 1929. Meaning "article to be assembled by the buyer" is from 1930s.

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