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  • noun Plural form of pittite.


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  • The pittites, affronted at the extreme puerility of some of the incidents, and the inanity of all the dialogue, hissed.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 1, October 16, 1841

  • It transfigured the faces of our fellow-pittites, it made another stage of the embers of the sunset, a distant bridge of silver far down the street.

    Prose Fancies

  • But contact with the pittites of Kingsmill offended his instincts; he resented this appearance of inferiority to people who came at their leisure, and took seats in the better parts of the house.

    Born in Exile


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