How To Use Kbit In A Sentence

  • The girls changed agents, changed publishers, and were, as you might expect, subject to a certain amount of backbiting and jealousy among the writing community.
  • Puh-leeze, Sam is the master of nasty backbites, what makes you think if he had someone on the line for 15 minutes he wouldn't use every bit of innuendo he could to make himslef look good. Is Mayor Creepy running a recall push poll already? (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • He who blames one to his face is a hero, but he who backbites is a coward. 
  • Autumn hawkbit still sprinkles grassy places with bright yellow. Times, Sunday Times
  • Jade has few redeeming qualities and her housemates have at last become aware of her bitchiness and backbiting.
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  • Let us banish from the social circle that spirit of detraction and backbiting, which is always the bane of society. The colored patriots of the American Revolution : with sketches of several distinguished colored persons : to which is added a brief survey of the condition and prospects of colored Americans,
  • It's that world of intrigue, of plotting, spin and backbiting that he will be bringing to life in his new weekly column for the Evening Press that begins tomorrow.
  • I don't think I've ever encountered a more backbiting, conniving noble. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN
  • You may prohibit backbiting, but actually it won't work.
  • Fall not into one name with that unclean spirit, nor act his nature whom thou so much abhorrest, that is, to accuse, calumniate, backbite, whisper, detract, or sinistrously interpret others. Letter to a Friend
  • He points out shortfalls in his opponents platforms and gets called 'negative' for it, while his opponents barf up crap and name call and backbite and are called geniuses. Republicans Win Ohio Special Election
  • In recent years, both councils have descended into counterproductive bickering and backbiting far too often.
  • The prominent role the Sutherland family played in the Highland Clearances has fuelled some public backbiting over the £50 million payment to the duke. undefined
  • Every sermon he would rail against backbiters, slanderers, hypocrites, perverts, etc.
  • When comparing the relative length and width of hawkbit and catsear leaves, catsear leaves tends to be wider than hawkbit leaves.
  • Suppose your neighbor is a horsethief, or a liar, who belongs to another political party, and backbites, and steals your wood, and kicks your dog, and puts up jobs on you, how you going to love that neighbor as yourself? Peck's Uncle Ike and The Red Headed Boy 1899
  • What they have done, however, is turn the sleepy municipal bond industry into a caldron of backbiting and finger-pointing.
  • With little to occupy their inner lives, they settle on sophomoric backbiting and relentless self-aggrandisement as the closest achievable thing to an actually mature expression of emotion or contact between two human beings.
  • The "backbiter" is frequently seen, in most unlovely form, and two persons gossiping with an "unseen witness" in the shape of an avenging friend, looking on and waiting for his opportunity to strike! Arts and Crafts in the Middle Ages A Description of Mediaeval Workmanship in Several of the Departments of Applied Art, Together with Some Account of Special Artisans in the Early Renaissance
  • As a result, backbiting and betrayal was kept to a minimum.
  • Somehow the sudden lapses of respected people, odd indecorums, backbitings, bigamies, embezzlements, and attempted chastities -- the surprising leaps they make now and then out of propriety into the police-courts -- somehow news-items of this kind do not altogether -- how shall I put it? More Trivia
  • In the absence of coherent arguments, the discussion quickly descended into backbiting and spats.
  • After recent ditherings in which it regarded services operating at speeds of 128 kbit/s as both broadband and narrowband, the telecoms regulator has come off the fence.
  • Today, however, it looks more like public politics has entirely sunk to the level of petty personal backbiting, where government ministers can be judged on gossip rather than policy.
  • But dandelions have unbranched scapes, whereas autumnal hawkbit has usually branched scapes and two or more flower-heads.
  • Unite against the posers, wannabies, idiots and people that drag the music scene down through backbiting, slagging and negativity.
  • They never use profane language, bear false witness, engage in slander, gossip or backbiting, or even listen to such debasing talk.
  • Of course, by the end of the fortnight, this temporary relative calm will have descended into a tense mix of squabbling, resentment and backbiting, as our abject failure dawns on most of us.
  • Instead of continued squabbling and backbiting, all parties concerned should now concentrate their efforts on what lies ahead and not make the entire public health profession continue to suffer.
  • Due to the fact that they are prone to backbite each other I keep my words very short to them. Zebratown
  • I hope he won't let the momentum gained here be drowned in yet more backbiting.
  • And most of the time there is genuine cooperation between the sectors, albeit with a lot of bitchy backbiting.
  • He offered friendship to many people and never engaged in backbiting and exclusionary activities so typical of academia. HENSLEY WOODBRIDGE1923 – 2001
  • This was drunk in a kind of cubby-hole off the night nursery, the three colonials having failed to fraternise with the posse of English servants who had been taken over with the house: a set of prim, starched pokers these, ran the verdict; and deceitful, too, with their “sirs” and “madams” to your face, and all the sneery backbiting that went on below-stairs. The Way Home
  • All it seems to achieve is in-fighting and backbiting and actually does more harm to community relations than good’.
  • ‘I have never liked unfairness and backbiting,’ adds Fiennes.
  • Another form of art world backbiting is simply to never offer praise for or speak about a particular artist. Daniel Grant: There's a Lot of Backbiting Among Artists
  • His classmate do not enjoy his company because he always backbite others.
  • Lesser hawkbit especially stand out in late summer and fall, long after the April blooming of the original dandelion.
  • It has just about started realizing, after much needless suffering of its own from blowback and backbite, that surviving the whirlwind of globalization takes smarts rather than brute force. Vamsee Juluri: Indophobia: The Real Elephant in the Living Room
  • They had only one meal in the evening consisting of fermented barkbiter roots and gruel.
  • No resident burgess is in anger to call a bailiff or wardemen by any name such as thief, knave, backbiter, whoreson, false, foresworn, cuckold, or bawd.
  • Jade has few redeeming qualities and her housemates have at last become aware of her bitchiness and backbiting.
  • Now just as the railer intends to injure the honor of the person he rails, the backbiter to depreciate a good name, and the tale-bearer to destroy friendship, so too the derider intends to shame the person he derides. Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae) Translated by Fathers of the English Dominican Province
  • The Lone Voice: Cicero - The man who backbites an absent friend: A quote for Gordon & Peter Mandelson. Cicero - The man who backbites an absent friend: A quote for Gordon & Peter Mandelson.
  • So slander him not, for backbiting is blameable and poisoned is the flesh of the pious. 443 Look how he inciteth us to fight the foe; and, did not Almighty Allah love him, He had cast him aforetime into fearful torment. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • And amid a hail of derisory images came the raucous cry of a backbiter: "Who stole the weather, Powell? Wild Dreams of Reality, 5
  • The voice of the boys is universally for the Union, against all traitors, whether those who openly meet them in the field, or the more dastardly coward that remains at home and backbites, and aids the enemy by words of comfort, and spreading dissensions in the rear. Incidents of the War: Humorous, Pathetic, and Descriptive
  • Were you, like me, brought up to be graceful? don't give them the satisfaction, don't backbite, don't bite back. Archive 2007-01-01
  • 'And many other are there, good and great; and one, Loki, fair of face, ill in temper and fickle of mood, is called the backbiter of the Asa, and speaker of evil redes and shame of all gods and men; he has above all that craft called sleight, and cheats all in all things. The Story of the Volsungs
  • He who blames one to his face is a hero, but he who backbites is a coward. 
  • In these Lammas days, the flowers of the sun are bird's-foot trefoil, meliots, medicks, St John's wort, yellow-wort, ragwort and hawkbits. Country diary: Wenlock Edge
  • It is said that in other society there is sometimes a great scramble for the first place, for the leadership, as it is called, and that women, and men too, fight for what is called position; and in order to be first they will injure their neighbors by telling stories about them and by backbiting, which is the meanest kind of biting there is, not excepting the bite of fleas. The Complete Project Gutenberg Writings of Charles Dudley Warner
  • Accordingly a backbiter is a murderer _occasionally, _ since by his words he gives another man an occasion for hating or despising his neighbor. Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae) Translated by Fathers of the English Dominican Province
  • He who blames one to his face is a hero, but he who backbites is a coward. 
  • I don't think I've ever encountered a more backbiting, conniving noble. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN
  • McCain is not so much a maverick as he is a backbiter. McCain: Maverick, Mad Man or Sad Clown
  • Now who is that so base and ungrateful as to rise from a table where such delicious victuals are served and "backbite" the neighbor who prepares it? " Eagle Clippings " by Jack Thorne, Newspaper Correspondent and Story Teller, A Collection of His Writings to Various Newspapers
  • She is a snake a backbiter a backstabber a lier a cheat and she learned well from hubby Bill the cheater, lier, robber and they both are suffering from ADD and Bipolar sickness. Clinton rallies union in Puerto Rico
  • He's had it up to here (source pointed at the middle of their forehead) with the backbiting that goes on in the music industry.
  • His supporter, former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, told reporters he thinks this kind of backbiting destroys the party. CNN Transcript Jan 22, 2008
  • He who blames one to his face is a hero, but he who backbites is a coward. 
  • The north wind driveth away rain: so doth an angry countenance a backbiting tongue. Probably Just One Of Those Funny Coincidences
  • Very little open quarrelling ever took place amongst them; but backbiting and talebearing were universal.
  • Many of them have bad or at least petty motives - backbiting, the desire to gossip or trade in information for advantage, revenge.
  • Other members of the hawkweed group include Common Cat's ear; there are also many hawkbits and hawksbeards, all of which have dandelion-like flowers.
  • Wherefore, properly speaking, to backbite is to speak ill of an absent person in order to blacken his good name. Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae) Translated by Fathers of the English Dominican Province
  • I left the San Francisco murals scene a few years later, tired of its supposedly socially-conscious artists backbiting and claim-jumping for grants, feeling that too many muralists only did artwork when a check arrived.
  • 5: 16, "Be not called a tale-bearer [Douay: 'whisperer']" says: "i.e. a backbiter. Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae) Translated by Fathers of the English Dominican Province
  • Cicero - The man who backbites an absent friend: A quote for Gordon & Peter Mandelson. Archive 2008-12-01
  • Data costs about $0.05 per MB and it is pretty reliable and fastish I got about 380kbit/s connection speed. 2008 January « My Life in Kharkov
  • But people don't know the background of arguments and backbiting that has been going on over the state of the equipment and their refusal to give us concession prices.
  • The man who backbites an absent friend, nay, who does not stand up for him when another blames him, the man who angles for bursts of laughter and for the repute of a wit, who can invent what he never saw, who cannot keep a secret - that man is black at heart: mark and avoid him. Northern Rock - Pay staff a bonus with public cash.
  • It seems that girls are engaging in more backbiting, gossip and trying to control other girls' behavior; often it becomes violent.
  • The criticism here, like much of the political backbiting, is way out of line. Mourning « BuzzMachine
  • Teeth of Death, Shark Rebellion and Sharkbite Summer, protesters asserted that the week's programming consisted mostly of shockumentaries that incorrectly portrayed sharks as man-eating predators. TIME.com: Top Stories
  • He was tired of all the backbiting and gossip in the office.
  • In these Lammas days, the flowers of the sun are bird's-foot trefoil, meliots, medicks, St John's wort, yellow-wort, ragwort and hawkbits. Country diary: Wenlock Edge
  • Another very common flower now is autumn hawkbit. Times, Sunday Times
  • But backbiting by the Opposition leader did not sway the organisers.
  • Reply Obj. 1: A tale-bearer is called a backbiter in so far as he speaks ill of another; yet he differs from a backbiter since he intends not to speak ill as such, but to say anything that may stir one man against another, though it be good simply, and yet has a semblance of evil through being unpleasant to the hearer. Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae) Translated by Fathers of the English Dominican Province
  • The module offers cable-free datacoms at data rates of between 2.4 and 115.2Kbits/s and allows designers to adjust the overall comms distance by modifying the LED load resistance value.
  • He who blames one to his face is a hero, but he who backbites is a coward. 
  • Reply Obj. 3: He that backbites his brother, seems to detract the law, in so far as he despises the precept of love for one's neighbor: while he that strives to sever friendship seems to act more directly against this precept. Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae) Translated by Fathers of the English Dominican Province
  • White Campion likes warm, sunny field margins and roadsides where it grows with moon daisies and hawkbits.
  • He advised people against indulging in backbiting.
  • With little to occupy their inner lives, they settle on sophomoric backbiting and relentless self-aggrandisement as the closest achievable thing to an actually mature expression of emotion or contact between two human beings.
  • Do women deserve their reputation for cattiness and backbiting?
  • `I don't follow the Symphony like I do the Knicks, but I know there's been plenty of offstage backbiting. MURDER IN E MINOR
  • ‘And many other are there, good and great; and one, Loki, fair of face, ill in temper and fickle of mood, is called the backbiter of the Asa, and speaker of evil redes and shame of all gods and men; he has above all that craft called sleight, and cheats all in all things. The Story of the Volsungs
  • There was tremendous in-fighting, factionalism, backbiting, accusations about whose guru was on the highest path and so on.
  • In these Lammas days, the flowers of the sun are bird's-foot trefoil, meliots, medicks, St John's wort, yellow-wort, ragwort and hawkbits. Country diary: Wenlock Edge
  • His supporter, former Senate majority leader Tom Daschle, told reporters he thinks this kind of backbiting destroys the party. CNN Transcript Jan 22, 2008
  • 19, “And meddle not with such as flatter with their mouth,” as indeed commonly they who reproach the absent, flatter the present; a backbiter is a face-flatterer. The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning
  • He devotes five separate questions of the Summa Theologiae to ‘injuries inflicted by words’: reviling, backbiting, talebearing, derision, and cursing.
  • This was drunk in a kind of cubby-hole off the night nursery, the three colonials having failed to fraternise with the posse of English servants who had been taken over with the house: a set of prim, starched pokers these, ran the verdict; and deceitful, too, with their “sirs” and “madams” to your face, and all the sneery backbiting that went on below-stairs. The Way Home
  • I normally love this show, but seriously, can we try to keep the reality-tv backbiter attitude out of it? bristle. « Love | Peace | Ohana

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