Definition of Spoors

1. Verb. (third-person singular of spoor) ¹



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Definition of Spoors

1. spoor [v] - See also: spoor

Spoors Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spoors

spoonmeat
spoonmeats
spoons
spoonsful
spoonwise
spoonwood
spoonworm
spoonworms
spoonwort
spoony
spoor
spoored
spoorer
spoorers
spooring
spoors (current term)
spoot
spoots
sporades
sporadial
sporadic
sporadic E
sporadic bovine encephalomyelitis
sporadic bovine leukosis
sporadical
sporadically
sporadin
sporadotrichina
sporal

Literary usage of Spoors

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1. The Okavango River: A Narrative of Travel, Exploration and Adventure by Charles John Andersson (1861)
"Following the spoors of a Herd.— The Emigration of Elephants.—Paterfamilias, or General of Division.—An unsatisfactory Shot.—A Tree torn up. ..."

2. The Glamour of Prospecting: Wanderings of a South African Prospector in by Frederick Carruthers Cornell (1920)
"... ENTERING THE RESERVE spoors THE WATER CAMP THIRST—THE GREAT SALT PAH LOST I THE first few days of our trek lay through the route referred to in Chapter ..."

3. The Hunting Grounds of the Old World by H. A. L., H. A. L. (Henry Astbury Leveson) (1860)
"Elephant-spoors.—The trail followed up.—K 's rashness.—An escape.—A small tusker falls.—Return to the hut.—B 's bag.—A storm.—Return to cantonment. ..."

4. Ohio Circuit Court Reports: New Series. Cases Adjudged in the Circuit Courts by Ohio Circuit Courts (1904)
"Now as regards this decree, I will read from the case of spoors v. Coen, 44 Ohio St., page 497. In that case a petition was filed in the probate court to ..."

5. Miscellaneous Notes and Queries (1892)
"After a good deal of hesitat'on he admitted he had heard of the place of " spoors " ; that he had been there ; that, in fact, his na- ' tive village was ..."

6. The Cambridge Natural History by Arthur Everett Shipley, Sidney Frederic Harmer (1901)
"from its foot-spoors only, which, together with other three-toed spoors in the sandstone of the Connecticut valley, were originally described and figured by ..."

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