Definition of Spintext

1. a clergyman [n -S]



Spintext Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spintext

spinpolarized
spins
spinster
spinsterdom
spinsterhood
spinsterhoods
spinsterish
spinsterishness
spinsterlike
spinsterly
spinsters
spinstership
spinstress
spinstresses
spinstry
spintext (current term)
spintexts
spintharicon
spinthariscope
spinthariscopes
spinto
spintos
spintronic
spintronics
spinula
spinulae
spinule
spinules

Literary usage of Spintext

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1. The Epigrams of Martial by Martial, Henry George Bohn (1890)
"Doom'd to his lordship's board no more to come; A cruel penance spintext underwent: And 'tis with spintext now a constant rule, But on light diet live three ..."

2. Select Epigrams of Martial by Martial, Abraham Cowley (1755)
"WHILE spintext, in his fermon long and loud,, ... And 'tis with spintext now a confiant rule, Before he mounts the deft, ..."

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