What is the correct spelling for CIT?

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Correct spellings for CIT

  • bit I haven't done yet; wait a bit . 'E's just as sick as they are, 'is 'eart is like to split, But 'e works 'em, works 'em, works 'em till he feels 'em take the bit; – The 'Eathen by Rudyard Kipling
  • cat He gets his name of Blackcat from his resemblance to a Cat with a bushy tail, though on the ground he looks more like a black Fox. On each one's head was a steeple-crown'd hat, On each one's knee was a coal-black cat; – Witches' Frolic, The by Richard Harris Barham
  • chit
  • ci This one being put in position, he carried the remaining figures, one by one, to the places marked for them, keeping up a running commentary upon the ci -devant brigands whose representatives they were, and calling them each repeatedly by name, as if there were a certain sad satisfaction in addressing them in the old, familiar way.
  • cia After breakfast she meant to go to Trouble Neck and help Marcia Lowe with her "school."
  • cite British judges cite courts and law authorities of the United States in support of that theory against the position held by the executive authority of the United States.
  • city The Castalians didn't have anything but the city , and when we came we wanted to take the city ."
  • cot He had seen by the list that there was a vacant cot in number four.
  • crt
  • cst
  • ct
  • cut
  • cwt 218 " 763 Cod oil barrels 1,215 " 2,738 Shark oil " 7,508 " 22,524 Seal oil " 121 " 336 Whale oil " 230 " 460 Ponies numbers 3,476 " 10,428 Sheep " 10,000 " 10,000 Wool cwt .
  • fit
  • kit
  • lit
  • mit "I haf the mail and egspress got, and I go mit dem t'rough to Pighorn.
  • nit
  • pit
  • sit
  • wit
  • Cid
  • Cit
  • Git
  • It
  • CIR
  • CDT
  • HIT
  • ZIT

1 words made from the letters CIT

  • 3 letter words made from CIT: