Can you spell bite bight?
Yes, but it has a different meaning. Bite as a verb is to mark or tear with teeth, like an animal bite. Bight is a curved section of rope in a knot, or a curved section of land.
Yes, bight is a word. It doesn't mean bite, though, it refers to a large bay of water, such as the Bight of Biafra. Occasionally it can be used to mean a bend in any geographical feature.
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no it is not but make sure just in case.bye bye answer 2 Bight is a nautical term denoting a broad bay. Whether you consider it a landform or not depends upon whether you co…nsider Bay a landform. [its up to you.]
A bight is a wide bay formed by a bend or curve in a shoreline.
it is a break in a coastline formed by a creek, its a shallow bay. So, it is not a landform. (it can also mean loop or coil in a rope)
The indentation along the coast of northern Florida and southern Georgia
They might bite you these are some of the reasons: you have just ate something and haven't washed your hands and then pick them up,because they will smell the food and think y…our food.Or you are not handling them properly.
The correct spelling is "mosquito bites."
The cabin had a view of the bight. Help me bight these poles together.
The Great Australian Bight is located at the bottom of South Australia
A bight is a bend in the coast that forms an open bay. The Great Australian Bight is such a bend, forming a massive open bay on the southern coast of Australia. Hence, "Great"… - large; "Australian" - it is in Australia; "Bight" - bend in the coast that forms an open bay.
Bite It To Eat
Not all sharks bite, the types of sharks that do bite humans and or kill would be, Bull sharks which live in lakes and rivers usually (ST. Lawrence river.) Tiger sharks would …do the same damage as a Bull shark. they eat everything in SITE. those would be the deadliest sharks in the world. Now the Great white shark will bite but humans are not the main course on the menu. mainly seals and sea lions. Other types that could bite humans would be, Macao sharks, Hammerhead sharks, black and white tip reef sharks to. If you are in there territory. and Lemon sharks. The rest would not do a lot of damage to humans.
Goats and sheep have very sharp teeth, so it is not a good idea to put your fingers in their mouths. But they do not bite or nip when they fight or to defend themselves (like …horses sometimes do). When they fight with each other (or are occasionally naughty toward people) they butt with their head.
The Georgia Bight is a bend in the coastline. Because of how inland the mainland lies, tropical systems have less of an impact. It isn't impossible for the bight to be impacte…d directly by a tropical storm. Simply the bight doesn't "do" anything. It is just the most westward area of coastline on the atlantic coastline of North America.
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Depending on the context (usage), a bight [as a noun] may be a bayor gulf, a river bend, the body of water surrounded by such a bend(like an oxbow...), the middle part of a ro…pe that is differentfrom the ends of the rope, or the loop or bent part of a rope thatis different from the ends. As a verb, it means "to fasten, or bindwith a bight of rope". In Australia, the Bight (the Great Australian Bight, that is...) isthat major indentation along the South coast, spanning Cape Pasleyin Western Australia to the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia.