Word usage examples
My power may have diminished, but I need no machine to amplify it, so great is my hate and disgust of you and your works, when pitted against your cold and soulless rationality.
For nearly a century, the shortage of legally dissectable bodies pitted the anatomist against the private citizen.
They sauntered down the hillside, Titek chattering happily and Aisha indulging him with polite and informative answers, pitted by only the occasional barbless bolt of sarcasm.
At this major crossroads was a gallows tree, a huge oak held together by brass hoops bolted around the pitted and barkless trunk it had been dead for the last ten years.
The bartender leaned back, sandwiching my Fizzz between his graybelted bulk and a pitted bulkhead.
The pitted iron hardware deep lilac in color, smeltered in some bloomery in Cadiz or Bristol and beaten out on a blackened anvil, good to last three hundred years against the sea.
Its smooth flows humped over one another, pitted everywhere with tiny craters.
Then I peeled, pitted, and mashed the plump avocados destined for my Holy Moly Guacamole.
The Constabulary, now almost wholly officered by Filipinos, became in effect a provocative body, pitted against the helpless Moro population.
The sharply-slanted fifty-foot segment of pitted steel offered no level terrain on which to land, and the shifting wind from the ocean struck the paravane like a heavy fist, tipping the craft at dangerous angles.