- v. Simple past tense and past participle of spare.
“The global meltdown is taking its toll on everyone and everything and none of us are spared from the growing gloom.”
“Again, just think of the agony we all would have been spared from the two decades of Thomas embarrassment and disgrace if we could have heard from you then.”
“You all know my fevered ramblings by now ... but one person who has been mercifully spared is my old X-Files chum, Stardoe.”
“Mothers and fathers, sons and daughters, husbands and wives, partners and friends, light candles and pray at churches, temples and mosques hoping they will be spared from the ultimate pain cancer brings.”
“Only the Phillies, at 1.26, would be spared from a spot on the list of dubious champs.”
“He says, “Eighty thousand pounds of gold and silver, therefore, can, in this manner, be spared from the circulation of the country; and if different operations of the same kind should, at the same time, be carried on by many different banks and bankers,, the whole circulation may thus be conducted with a fifth part only of the gold and silver which would otherwise have been requisite.””
“There are many lines that could be spared from the book you were reading," she said, her voice primly firm and dogmatic.”
“You can be sure that the number of trees spared is modest.”
“Elegant menswear is back, and the ultra-luxe label spared no expense to provide an elegant setting for ties, suits, shirts, and shoes.”
“Stick to graphic novels and the like; you'll be spared from the arduous task of picking up the dictionary on occasion.”
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