- 1. noun /ʃaɪt/See Also: talk shite2. adjective /ʃaɪt/3. interjection /ʃaɪt/4. verb /ʃaɪt/To defecate.
...it still softened my heart to see a man hurt so badly he sobbed and shited on himself.
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shite — [ʃaıt] interjection, n, adj BrE spoken not polite another word for ↑shit … Dictionary of contemporary English
shite — colloquial modern alternative spelling of SHIT (Cf. shit) (q.v.) … Etymology dictionary
Shite — The word shite may refer to various things:* A variant of the word shit very northern. *A Shi ite, a person who practices the Shia Islam faith *The shite, the principal character in a Japanese Noh play *Shite, the person who performs the… … Wikipedia
shite — gir·ga·shite; shite; shite·poke; … English syllables
shite — I v To make a mistake, error. He shites the ball and misses the shot. 1990s II adj Worthless, disgusting. It was a shite situation I just wanted to get out of. 1990s … Historical dictionary of American slang
shite — [[t]ʃa͟ɪt[/t]] ADJ GRADED (disapproval) If someone describes something as shite, they do not like it or think that it is very poor quality. [BRIT, INFORMAL, RUDE] … English dictionary
Shite — 1. excrement; 2. nonsense; 3. rubbish; 4. exclamation expressing disbelief, annoyance, etc … Dictionary of Australian slang
shite — Australian Slang 1. excrement; 2. nonsense; 3. rubbish; 4. exclamation expressing disbelief, annoyance, etc … English dialects glossary
Shite — This is just another way of saying shit. It is useful for times when you don t want to be overly rude as it doesn t sound quite as bad! … The American's guide to speaking British
shite — n British a variant form of shit, heard particularly in northern English speech … Contemporary slang