whit :

Search Words
You can search or browse for words

whit

wit

  • n  a tiny or scarcely detectable amount

  • In one of those emails, I say that Greenwald "cares not a whit for America's national security.
  • The hooting and clatter of passing trains bothers him not a whit.
  • And they won't care a whit about the legalities that might be trampled.
News & Articles

Quotes

  • Tom Harkin in Chicago Tribune
    In think in 2010, the election will hinge on the economy, health care reform, what we're doing in energy and whether families are doing better,said Harkin. "It's not going to have to do one whit with gay marriage."
  • Roger Penske in Examiner.com
    Our organization shares Ruby Tuesday's core values of quality, passion, and pride, and whit Brad behind the wheel, we believe this will be a winning combination in 2010,team owner Roger Penske said.
  • John Force in NHRA.com
    This ain't about proving I can win; this was about letting everyone know I'm still a big player in the game,Force said. "I'm still fighting, and I ain't going away. I'm proud of Baze (Whit Bazemore), (Gary) Scelzi, and Del Worsham for...

Bee Dictionary: Search, browse, look at common errors, idioms and more.