Definition of spitter in English:

spitter

Line breaks: spit|ter
Pronunciation: /ˈspɪtə
 
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noun

1A person who spits.
More example sentences
  • There used to be notices against expectorating in public places, though how many accomplished spitters understood them in order to obey can only be guessed.
  • The new amendment increased the heaviest fine for spitting in public from 50 yuan to 200 yuan, which has substantially reduced the number of public spitters.
  • The Chennai Corporation has already asked its Assistant Health Officers and Sanitary Inspectors to crack down on smokers and spitters in public places.
2 another term for spitball (sense 2) of the noun).
More example sentences
  • A lot of the guys that worked there chewed all day long and got in trouble for leaving their spitters on the shelves where they would often get knocked over.

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