Third-person singular simple present indicative form of chit.(verb)
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Use "chits" in a sentence
"A ball-busting campaign by Jeff Tittel of the Sierra Club was so successful that Assemblyman Green was forced to call in chits and get the Legislature to pass a special law tailored to Plainfield's needs in this particular situation."
"Kaye hasn't been tested under fire and, while some consider Bob Hull out of touch, he can be a fierce campaigner and call in chits he has earned over his years in office."
"(Pressed for names, Kinsley cites Nicholas Lemann and Michael Lewis -- "" I'm calling chits in on all my friends. '')"