Since then, we've been locked in an escalating tit for tat war in which the loser is our increasingly empty federal court system.
And especially in the Middle East, the doubling down on tit for tat is an all-too-uncommon occurrence.
On this occasion the nine-year old Harrovian, attended by his brother George, tat.
And they think you are resolved to break theirs: so tit for tat, Miss.
Deputy for the nobility in 1789, he joined the Tiers tat, and was secretary of the Constituent Assembly.
To his uncomplicated nature the affair was still one of tit for tat.
Tit for tat, Pinocchio shouted after him, and went on up the hill.
The affair now had simmered down to plain temper and tit for tat.
Mr. tat, do you know where people go who take things seriously?
Well, considering Harrison's qualifications, it might still not be tit for tat.
Thematic Apperception Test
To decorate; prettify; bedizen; gussy up: go the glam route or tart it up or punk it down/ American directors feel obliged to tart up Shakespeare (1938+)