Definition of Semmit

1. a vest [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Semmit

semivitrified
semivocal
semivocalic
semivolatile
semivoluntary
semivowel
semivowels
semiweak
semiweeklies
semiweekly
semiwhisper
semiwild
semiworks
semiyearly
semla
semmit (current term)
semmits
semoleon
semolina
semolina pudding
semolina puddings
semolinas
semordnilap
semordnilaps
semorphone
semper
semper-
semper fi
semperannual

Literary usage of Semmit

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1. A Glossary of the Cleveland Dialect: Explanatory, Derivative, and Critical by John Christopher Atkinson (1868)
"... slender, and semmit, pliable, supple, with the examples given below. It is almost superfluous to remark that these several senses shew the most natural ..."

2. Yusef; Or, The Journey of the Frangi: A Crusade in the East by John Ross Browne (1853)
"Va bene, Signor ; put that down: Giovanni Smiz; no, semmit—Giovanni semmit." The man with the tails of the game-cocks in his hat put it down. ..."

3. Yusef: Or, The Journey of the Fungi [i.e Frangi]: A Crusade in the East by John Ross Browne (1853)
"Va bene, Signor; put that down: Giovanni Smiz; no, semmit—Giovanni semmit." The man with the tails of the game-cocks in his hat put it down. ..."

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