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Definition of pitted out

pitted out

adjective

  • with sweaty underarms which have soaked through one's shirt(s) such that it is visible to others.
    You were really pitted out during your presentation.

    Last edited on Nov 13 2017. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Nov 13 2017.

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