One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘make three diagonal slits in each side of the trout and season generously’
cut, incision, split, slash, gash, laceration
rip, tear, rent
2‘Henry saw a face peeping through a slit in the curtains’
opening, gap, chink, space, crack, cranny, aperture, slot
1‘he threatened to slit her throat’
cut, slash, split open, slice open, gash, lacerate, make an incision in
pierce, knife, lance
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