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spittle

spi‚ÄČtuhl

  • n  a clear liquid secreted into the mouth by the salivary glands and mucous glands of the mouth; moistens the mouth and starts the digestion of starches

  • Fanatic Moslems believe that their fast is broken if they swallow even their spittle, or let a trickle of water into their throats when cleaning their teeth.
  • Over the rigid shoulders of a line of Venezuelan soldiers at Maiqueta Airport, streams of spittle arced through humid sunlight, splattered on the neatly pressed grey suit of the .
  • However unjust the regime he opposes and we know it's unjust because it features a pedophile bishop, a jowl-shaking Big Brother figure, a spittle-spewing telepundit .
News & Articles

  • Garden Q&A: June 22, 2013
    Q. I know I have spittle bugs in my lawn because I see the white nests they leave. Do they do any harm to the grass? A. When they feed on the grass, the blades they have fed on can turn yellow.
    June 22, 2013 - The St. Augustine Record
Quotes

  • Isaiah Washington in E! Online
    Now that was the moment that sent it into a different zone,Washington said. "He became unhinged, face-to-face, spittle to spittle, in my face-first. I did not start it. And I'm asking him, why is he screaming at me, why are we doing this?...
  • John Murtha in CNSNews.com
    * Murtha, according to witnesses, "unleashed a loud, finger-jabbing, spittle-spraying piece of his mind," and threatened to retaliate by cutting funding for a project of interest to Boeing aircraft to convert commercial aircraft into military...
  • George Galloway in FOXNews
    It's Mr. Coleman who's been all over the news and he's a lick-spittle, crazed neocon who is engaged in a witch hunt against all those he perceives to have betrayed the United States in their plan to invade and occupy Iraq,Galloway told...

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