Quit [verb]

Definition of Quit:

abandon, leave

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Sentence/Example of Quit:

He doesn't look a bit healthy and hasn't since he quit eating breakfast.

Say, I don't expect to quit cussin' him fur another thirty days yet.

And then Antonio offers to "quit the fine for one-half his goods."

When I discovered that I was unfit to hold that trust any longer, I quit.

It was either stay and keep on working, with that chance, or—quit.

They did not quit the little mound until the sun had fairly disappeared.

"She'll quit if she falls dead," replied the other man, quietly.

If I could a-headed him once, just got to him once—I tried it when we turned into the straight—he'd have quit.

The Black would've quit if ye'd ever got to his throat-latch; he's soft, that's what he is.

Say, pard, I'd a-been wearin' diamon's if I could quit when I was 'head of de game.