What is sit?

  • (verb): Sit and travel on the back of animal, usually while controlling its motions.
    Synonyms: ride
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on sit:

Certificate In Legal Practice (Malaysia) - The Examination
... Every student is required to sit for five subject papers, namely, General Paper, Professional Practice, Evidence, Criminal Procedure, and Civil Procedure ... However, if a student failed in two or more papers, he must sit for the whole examination again in order to obtain the certificate ... A student is allowed to sit for the examination four times ...
Sit Down
... Sitdown, Sit Down or sit-down may refer to the following Sit-down hydrofoil, a water sport in which one rides above the water, supported by a hydrofoil wing ...
Clarence Harris - Greensboro Sit-ins
... the four students were joined by other students in their sit-in demonstration, until the lunch counter was integrated in July ... Sit-in protests spread to over one hundred cities across the United States during the next year, and are considered the onset of the 1960s civil rights movement ...
Sit Down, Shut Up
... Sit Down, Shut Up is the name of two inter-related television series Sit Down, Shut Up (2009 TV series) Sit Down, Shut Up (TV series) ...
List Of TVB Series (2004) - Second Line Series
... of Harmony II 皆大歡喜(時裝版) 443 Nancy Sit, Frankie Lam, Bernice Liu, Michael Tse, Cutie Mui, Kingdom Yuen, Bondy Chiu, Joyce Chen, Louis Yuen, Stephanie ...

More definitions of "sit":

  • (verb): Be in session.
    Example: "When does the court of law sit?"
  • (verb): Assume a posture as for artistic purposes.
    Synonyms: model, pose, posture
  • (verb): Sit around, often unused.
    Example: "The object sat in the corner"
  • (verb): Show to a seat; assign a seat for.
    Synonyms: seat, sit down
  • (verb): Work or act as a baby-sitter.
    Example: "I cannot baby-sit tonight
    Synonyms: baby-sit
  • (verb): Take a seat.
    Synonyms: sit down

Famous quotes containing the word sit:

    I pray we are still a young and courageous nation, that we have not grown so old and so fat and so prosperous that all we can think about is to sit back with our arms around our money bags. If we choose to do that I have no doubt that the smoldering fires will burst into flame and consume us—dollars and all.
    Lyndon Baines Johnson (1908–1973)

    The Fashionable World is grown free and easie; our Manners sit more loose upon us: Nothing is so modish as an agreeable Negligence. In a word, Good Breeding shows it self most, where to an ordinary Eye it appears the least.
    Joseph Addison (1672–1719)

    Like Cato, give his little Senate laws,
    And sit attentive to his own applause.
    Alexander Pope (1688–1744)