He spat on the palms of his hands and rubbed them together.
He hawked and spat on the floor.
Chew it up, chew it up and spit in his mouth like a baby bird.
Everyone says he's the spit of his dad.
She looks the spit of my aunt.
A trickle of spit collected at the corner of her mouth.
A little spit of snow was falling.
`Stop that,' she admonished me with a spit.
The chickens are roasted on a spit.
I don't give a spit about you.
It's only a spit away from here.
It's only spitting.
They spat at me and taunted me.
The fire crackled and spat.
vt. to be spitting in the wind：徒劳无功；白费劲
Trying to suppress those rights in the Internet age is like spitting in the wind.
vt. to spit venom：咬牙切齿地说
He spat venom at his boss, accusing her of wrecking his life.
`I hate you,' he spat.
I started spitting blood and my mother panicked.
He spat his drink on the floor.
vt. to spit blood：怒气冲天
vt. to spit chips：暴跳如雷
vt. to spit feathers：口渴难耐；怒气冲天
vt. to spit in sb's eye：藐视某人；勇敢面对某人
vt. to spit tacks：怒气冲天
vt. to spit the dummy;to spit out the dummy：发脾气