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synonyms for piths

  • center
  • crux
  • embodiment
  • essence
  • fiber
  • force
  • gist
  • heart
  • importance
  • marrow
  • meat
  • medulla
  • nucleus
  • pulp
  • significance
  • soul
  • strength
  • substance
  • vigor
  • corey
  • sum and substance

antonyms for piths

MOST RELEVANT
  • enervation
  • exterior
  • exteriority
  • insignificance
  • lethargy
  • outside
  • periphery
  • weakness
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How to use piths in a sentence

"Yes—that's where they piths 'em," said the Tramp, quite in love with his conceit.
THE WONDERFUL VISITHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
The walnut and butternut have chambered piths which distinguish them from all other trees and from each other.
STUDIES OF TREESJACOB JOSHUA LEVISON
In a distant dark room, a lamp (the usual dish of oil), with a wick of one hundred strands or piths, is set.
THE HISTORICAL CHILDOSCAR CHRISMAN
These piths were then treated to a water-proofing process, sent to a shop on the farm, and made up into life preservers.
SOLARIS FARMMILAN C. EDSON
In a distant dark room, a lamp (the usual dish of oil) with a wick of one hundred strands or piths, is set.
CHILD-LIFE IN JAPAN AND JAPANESE CHILD STORIESMRS. M. CHAPLIN AYRTON
Rice, moss, palm tree piths, and starch producing roots are used by different nationalities in the preparation of bread.
SCIENCE IN THE KITCHEN.MRS. E. E. KELLOGG
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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