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4. tedious, tiresome, boring, boresome, wearisome, uninteresting, dry, dry-as-dust; bland, insipid, vapid, empty, inane, jejune, Sl. for the birds, Sl. nothing, Sl. blah; monotonous, humdrum, prosaic, matter-of-fact,

spiritual, adj. 1. incorporeal, insubstantial, asomatous, bodiless, nonmaterial, immaterial; unearthly, unworldly, extramundane, ultramundane, unreal; ethereal, impalpable, intangible; psychical, spectral, ghostly, supernatural; occult, mystic, mystical, transcendental, metaphysical.
2. spiritual-minded, devout, devoted, pious, godly, God-fearing, God-loving, religious; humble, worshipful, reverent, reverential, venerative; righteous, moral, virtuous, good, right-minded, clean-minded, pure in spirit, pure of heart; holy, saintly, angelic, Christly, Christlike.
3. ecclesiastical, churchly, nonsecular; clerical, cleric, ministerial, pastoral; priestly, sacerdotal, prelatic, episcopal; sacred, heavenly, celestial, supernal, devotional.

spirituality, n. 1. incorporeality, incorporeity, immateriality, insubstantiality, bodilessness; intangibility, impalpability, imponderability; otherworldliness, unworldliness, unearthliness; ghostliness, shadowiness.
2. piety, piousness, prayerfulness, devoutness, devotion, religiousness, fear of God; sanctity, saintliness, holiness, godliness; spiritual-mindedness; virtuousness, righteousness.

spit1, v. 1. expectorate, hawk, spew, slobber, salivate, drivel, drool, dribble, froth, slaver, slabber, sputter, splutter.
2. jeer, hiss, sneer, scoff, slur, flout,
Sl. razz; snort, curl one's lip, Sl. give the raspberry or Bronx cheer, hoot, rail; revile, taunt, gibe, ridicule; traduce, vilify, denegrate, disparage, decry, calumniate, deride, contemn.
3. fall, precipitate, shower, sprinkle, drizzle.
-n.
4. spittle, drool, sputum, saliva, slobber, expectoration. •
5. spit and image
Informal, exact likeness, counterpart, copy, duplicate, duplication, Inf. ditto; chip off the old block, the very image, the spitting image, mirror image, twin, clone.

spit1, n. 1. turnspit, rotisserie, roasting rod, grill;
skewer, pin rod.
2. point, projection, promontory; tongue, cape, reach, strip, head, peninsula, land's end,
Inf. jumping off place.
-v. 3. impale, transfix, bore, pink, spike, spear; puncture, stab, stick, prick, pierce, penetrate, transpierce, pass through
or into, enter; perforate, make a hole through, punch, lancinate, gore,

spite, n. 1. malice, malignity, malignance, malevo lence, maliciousness, venom, ill will; animosity, antagonism, hostility, evil, evil eye; resentment, envy, jealousy, covetousness, cupidity.
2. grudge, hate, hatred, aversion, detestation, antipathy, contempt, abhorrence, loathing, odium, enmity, ill feeling; choler, acerbity, acrimony, bitterness, gall, bile, spleen, virulence, invidiousness, viciousness.
3. pique, anger, ire, wrath, dudgeon; vengeance, revengefulness, feud, bad blood.
4. in spite of
despite, notwithstanding, regardless of; despite the fact that, although, albeit, even if, even so, for all that, even though, though; in the face of, disregarding, in disregard of, in defiance of, flying in the face of; overcoming, ignoring, in the teeth of, counter to, in the face of; disobeying, in conflict with, flouting, Fr. malgrt.
-v. 5. injure, hurt, harm, abuse, attack, misuse; maltreat, inflict injury on, wound,
Sl. shaft, Sl. do a job on, SI. let [s.o.] have it.

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