Definition of Spairged

1. spairge [v] - See also: spairge



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spairged

spagyrics
spagyrist
spagyrists
spahee
spahees
spahi
spahis
spail
spails
spained
spaing
spaings
spaining
spains
spairge
spairged (current term)
spairges
spairging
spait
spaits
spake
spakely
spakest
spakona
spakonas
spald
spaldeen
spaldeens
spalding sign
spalds

Literary usage of Spairged

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1. St. Giles', Edinburgh: Church, College, and Cathedral, from the Earliest by James Cameron Lees (1889)
"... paynted, and spairged." Thirty shillings were paid for flowers to strew and " cast about ..."

2. The Beggar's Benison, Or, A Hero, Without a Name, But, with an Aim: A by George Mills, Colin Rae Brown, George Cruikshank (1866)
"He, indeed, "spairged about the brimstone cootie, to scald poor wretches," as Burns says, in a most unscrupulous degree—denouncing all who heard him as ..."

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