whit

[ hwit, wit ]SEE DEFINITION OF whit

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They all came, and they looked not one whit better than on the Monday evening before.

"This room looks every whit as grand as it used to look to me when I was a boy," he said.

But the colonel did not abate one whit of his craft or caution.

Strange to say, they appeared not a whit more afraid than the birds or hares.

But yet his horse was not a whit Inclined to tarry there; For why?

Dick and Tom Dare were not a whit behind any in their expressions of delight.

Not all my kicks and cuffs and beatings had sufficed one whit to repulse him.

For all that, he stood his ground not a whit the less resolutely, and looked on undismayed.

Yet these objections would not be one whit more preposterous than the objections which have been made to the 'Origin of Species.'

It matters not one whit whether this sterility is universal, or whether it exists only in a single case.

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