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Wednesday came, and still he was well, with which his impertinent wife did much twit him in his teeth.
WITCH, WARLOCK, AND MAGICIANWILLIAM HENRY DAVENPORT ADAMS
With her free hand now she gave the string a small twit and watched the vibration run up and down the string twice.
THE JEWELS OF APTORSAMUEL R. DELANY
But look here, old fellow, you were ready enough to twit me about not being with the army.
MARCUS: THE YOUNG CENTURIONGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
Besides, so very little has transpired to go by that I can't see exactly what they could either congratulate or twit about.
SOMEHOW GOODWILLIAM DE MORGAN
They twit us with our debased fondness for the tub, and they do but add injury to insult when they send us soap for use therein.
ARE WE RUINED BY THE GERMANS?HAROLD COX
I am still strong, and not as the suitors twit me with being.
THE ODYSSEYHOMER
I was only sorry my father died before I could twit him with my triumph.
THE GREY WIG: STORIES AND NOVELETTESISRAEL ZANGWILL
He was too wise then to twit those others with their unbelief.
THE FLYING U'S LAST STANDB. M. BOWER
"Ah, you need not twit me with what I said before I knew what your book was made of," said Mrs. Hartley affectionately.
NAME AND FAMEADELINE SERGEANT
Twitter, twit′ėr, n. a chirp, as of a bird: a tremulous broken sound: a slight trembling of the nerves.
CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 4 OF 4: S-Z AND SUPPLEMENTS)VARIOUS

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