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Pithoi

ˈpɪθɒs

Meanings of Pithoi:

noun

A large earthenware storage jar.

Usage examples:

A number of vases were recovered in the room: two high-necked cups, a large skyphos, three amphoras…

Pithos

ˈpɪθɒs

Meanings of Pithos:

noun

A large earthenware storage jar.

Usage examples:

A number of vases were recovered in the room: two high-necked cups, a large skyphos, three amphoras…

Piths

pɪθ

Meanings of Piths:

verb

Remove the pith from.

Usage examples:

Peel and pith the oranges
noun

The spongy white tissue lining the rind of oranges, lemons, and other citrus fruits.

Usage examples:

Remove the rind and white pith from the lemons and then cut the flesh into very thin slices, removi…

Meanings of Pithwork:

noun

Articles made of pith, especially that of the plant aeschynomene aspera; the craft or occupation of making such articles.

Pithy

ˈpɪθ.i

Meanings of Pithy:

adjective

(of a fruit or plant) containing much pith.

Usage examples:

When the trees bloom in march or april, the walkers try to remove any remaining old, pithy fruit.

Meanings of Pitiability:

noun

The quality or condition of being pitiable.

Pitiable

ˈpɪt.i.ə.bəl

Meanings of Pitiable:

adjective

Deserving or arousing pity.

Usage examples:

The men were in a pitiable condition

Pitiably

ˈpɪt.i.ə.bli

Meanings of Pitiably:

adverb

In a way that makes you feel sympathy

Usage examples:

Her voice shook pitiably, but she forced herself to speak., the region was pitiably poor 40 years a…

Meanings of Pitied:

verb

Feel sorrow for the misfortunes of.

Usage examples:

I could see from their faces that they pitied me
noun

The feeling of sorrow and compassion caused by the suffering and misfortunes of others.

Usage examples:

Her voice was full of pity

Meanings of Pitier:

noun

A person who feels pity for, or takes pity on, another.

Meanings of Pitiers:

noun

A person who feels pity for, or takes pity on, another.

Pities

ˈpɪt.i

Meanings of Pities:

verb

Feel sorrow for the misfortunes of.

Usage examples:

I could see from their faces that they pitied me
noun

The feeling of sorrow and compassion caused by the suffering and misfortunes of others.

Usage examples:

Her voice was full of pity

Pitiful

ˈpɪt.i.fəl

Meanings of Pitiful:

adjective

Deserving or arousing pity.

Usage examples:

Two children in a very pitiful state

Pitifully

ˈpɪt.i.fəl.i

Meanings of Pitifully:

adverb

In a manner that deserves or arouses pity.

Usage examples:

The dog whined and cried pitifully

Pitifulness

ˈpɪt.i.fəl.nəs

Meanings of Pitifulness:

noun

The quality of making people feel sympathy, or of being full of sympathy

Usage examples:

The scene sums up all the sadness and darkness and pitifulness of human existence., he looked at me…

Meanings of Pitikins:

noun

Pity. in asseverative phrases, as "ods pittikins", etc.

Pitiless

ˈpɪt.i.ləs

Meanings of Pitiless:

adjective

Showing no pity; cruel.

Usage examples:

A pitiless executioner

Pitilessly

ˈpɪt.i.ləs.li

Meanings of Pitilessly:

adverb

In a cruel way that shows no sympathy for others

Usage examples:

They're said to be elaborately polite, brave as lions, and pitilessly cruel., i was teased pitiless…

Pitilessness

ˈpɪt.i.ləs.nəs

Meanings of Pitilessness:

noun

The quality of being cruel and showing no sympathy for others

Usage examples:

He was sacked for cruelty by a regime that prided itself on its pitilessness., the secret police be…

Meanings of Pitless:

adjective

Of fruit, olives, etc.: lacking a pit or stone.

Meanings of Pitman:

noun

A coal miner.

Usage examples:

At 18, david purnell, like so many pitmen, had followed his father into the industry after 18 month…

Meanings of Pitmans:

noun

A coal miner.

Usage examples:

At 18, david purnell, like so many pitmen, had followed his father into the industry after 18 month…

Meanings of Pitmen:

noun

A coal miner.

Usage examples:

At 18, david purnell, like so many pitmen, had followed his father into the industry after 18 month…

Meanings of Pitometer:

noun

A flowmeter incorporating two pitot tubes, with one pressure opening facing upstream and the other downstream.

Piton

ˈpiː.tɒn

Meanings of Piton:

noun

A peg or spike driven into a rock or crack to support a climber or a rope.

Usage examples:

He noted that some younger members had adopted the new techniques of rock climbing with pitons and …

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