sit is Accepted in TWL Scrabble Dictionary

sit Scrabble score: 3

Meaning of sit

  • to attend or take part as a visitor or temporary participant
  • to inquire into or deliberate over
  • cover eggs for hatching brood
  • to rest on the buttocks [v SAT or SITED, SITTEN, SITTING, SITS]
  • sit on (eggs)
  • to be in a comfortable situation
  • occupy a place as a member of an official body sit in Congress
  • affect one with or as if with weight the food sat heavily on his stomach
  • to be an observer at
  • take a position for having one's portrait painted or for being photographed
  • bysit
  • to rise from a supine to a sitting position
  • have one's dwelling place dwell
  • lie or hang relative to a wearer the collar sits awkwardly
  • to be located
  • serve as a model
  • provide seats or seating room for
  • have a location the house sits well back from the road
  • (of a bird) to cover eggs for hatching
  • to rest with the body supported on the buttocks
  • to take a seat
  • to become interested or astonished
  • cause to be seated place on or in a seat often used with down
  • blow from a certain direction
  • to delay the hour of retiring beyond the usual time
  • to suppress; silence
  • to take part in a sit-in
  • to check or rebuke; squelch
  • to be in session
  • to rest on the buttocks or haunches sit in a chair often used with down
  • to bide one's time; take no action
  • to fail to take part in
  • to pose, as for an artist
  • keep one's seat on sit a horse
  • to sit upright; hold oneself erect
  • remain inactive or quiescent the car sits in the garage
  • to take up a position, as to encamp or besiege
  • to descend to a sitting position; alight
  • hold a session be in session for official business
  • take an examination
  • to cause to sit
  • please or agree with one used with with and an adverb the decision did not sit well with me