To kiss and caress; neck: And she pitches some more woo with Dr Jan (1930s+ Teenagers)
Court, make love to, flatter, as in They sat on the porch swing, pitching woo, or He’s an excellent salesman, adept at pitching woo. This idiom, which may be obsolescent, uses pitch in the sense of “talk.” [ ; early 1800s ]
[pich-ee] /ˈpɪtʃ i/ adjective, pitchier, pitchiest. 1. full of or abounding in . 2. smeared with . 3. resembling , as in color, consistency, etc.: pitchy mud. 4. dark or black as . /ˈpɪtʃɪ/ adjective pitchier, pitchiest 1. full of or covered with pitch 2. resembling pitch
noun 1. a primitive dwelling consisting of a pit excavated in the earth and roofed over.
[pit-ee-uh s] /ˈpɪt i əs/ adjective 1. evoking or deserving ; pathetic: piteous cries for help. 2. Archaic. . /ˈpɪtɪəs/ adjective 1. exciting or deserving pity 2. (archaic) having or expressing pity adj. c.1300, from Anglo-French pitous, Old French pitos “pious; merciful, compassionate, moved to pity; pitiful” (12c., Modern French piteux), from Medieval Latin pietosus […]
[pi-tesht] /pɪˈtɛʃt/ noun 1. a city in S central Romania, on the Argeş River.