spit in

spit something in (to) something

 and spit something in
to expel something from the mouth into something. He spit his gum into the toilet. He opened the toilet and spit in his gum.
See also: spit
References in classic literature ?
I understand how annoying it is, but in your place, Rodya, I would laugh at them, or better still, spit in their ugly faces, and spit a dozen times in all directions.
Duncans47: "If you do not want to wear a spit hood do not spit in someone's face.
The prisoners eat in the same bucket they take the garbage in, and the guards often spit in the food, as a means of having fun.
these paan chewing people never understand how people feel when they spit in public (sic).
Pictures showed Fellaini leaning over Aguero and shouting - and appearing to spit in his direction - after the Man City striker went down under a challenge from him.
The neighbor, who has not yet been identified, told police that when he entered Bieber's property, the musician threatened him and spit in his face.
One solution being put forward is to get nut sellers to provide plastic cups or bags to spit in, an idea which is supported in favour of an outright ban.
The cobras also aim their spit in the direction they think their enemy is heading.
My message is simple: keep Bahrain safe and clean, please, or spit in your homes so that others don't catch your germs.
I did not spit in his face, but as usual I was clearing my throat and did not aim anything his way.
That is to say, we will require law enforcement teams to step up the frequency of fines so fewer people spit in the street.
Medical researchers and caregivers have long assumed that people would more gladly spit in a cup for medical tests than submit their arms for needlesticks.
Romanowski was tagged with numerous fines as a player with the Denver Broncos and once spit in the face of San Francisco receiver J.
Back in 1996 Alomar not only spit in Hirschbeck's face but also accused him of being too "bitter" about the death of the umpire's 8-year-old son from ALD, a rare degenerative nerve disease.
Space the beds of coals (with spit in center) 6 to 8 inches apart.