Definition of Spairged
1. spairge [v] - See also: spairge
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spairged
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Literary usage of Spairged
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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 ..."