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synonyms for lits

  • article
  • biography
  • brochure
  • composition
  • drama
  • essay
  • history
  • information
  • leaflet
  • lore
  • novel
  • pamphlet
  • poetry
  • prose
  • research
  • story
  • abstract
  • belles-lettres
  • books
  • classics
  • comment
  • critique
  • discourse
  • discussion
  • disquisition
  • dissertation
  • exposition
  • findings
  • humanities
  • letters
  • lit
  • observation
  • paper
  • report
  • summary
  • theme
  • thesis
  • tract
  • treatise
  • treatment
  • writings
  • literary works
  • précis
  • written work

antonyms for lits

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  • ignorance
  • quiet
  • silence
  • speech
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How to use lits in a sentence

You're rich enough to travel for pleasure in wagon-lits, and have silver-fitted bags.
THE MOTOR MAIDALICE MURIEL WILLIAMSON AND CHARLES NORRIS WILLIAMSON
Brock was icy-cold with apprehension as they walked down the line of wagon-lits in the wake of the bag-bearers.
THE HUSBANDS OF EDITHGEORGE BARR MCCUTCHEON
When she travelled it was in the wagons-lits of trains-de-luxes, and in specially reserved cabins of steamers.
THE ISLAND MYSTERYGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM
Inspiration came in the interval between wiring for rooms and engaging berths on the Wagon-Lits—I knew it would.
THE SIXTH SENSESTEPHEN MCKENNA
The journey was very comfortable—there is nothing like those French "lits-salons."
LETTERS OF A DIPLOMAT'S WIFEMARY KING WADDINGTON
Here the rumors simply fly, and the corridors of the old Wagons-Lits Hotel seems to be the pivotal spot of the whirlwind.
PEKING DUSTELLEN N. LA MOTTE
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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