from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A buttery or pantry
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A place where provisions are kept; a buttery; a larder; a pantry.
- n. The inner apartment of a country house; also, the place where the family sit and eat.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See spense, spenser.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I cannot think of drinking our good madam's wine myself, I assure you; I will just put it by the spence, (_spence_ means _cupboard_) till David is beginning to get about again, and then I think it will help to strengthen him. "
11: 57 AM kate o'd said ... so spence is now ethan? ok. i'm 80 pages into pink (got my copy from B+P this morn). i'll get a pencil out and change the name! oh! and i'm really enjoying it so far, lili.
4: 05 PM lili said ... hi kate! yep, spence is now ethan. it seems to be working for him. glad to hear you're enjoying it!
In one large aperture, which the robber facetiously called his spence (or pantry), there hung by the heels the carcasses of a sheep, or ewe, and two cows lately slaughtered.
In one large aperture, which the robber facetiously called his spence
Find an old car top carrier spilt it in half tie a rope to one end and pull away. the plastic carrier should slide over anything with ease. spence in pa.
Maybe at your local cable company or local phone company. spence in pa.
OK, yes Senator spence where were u a "doctor" in this debate, obviously the GOP is a wolf in sheep clothing, you can run but you cannot hide.
He'd be better than Reagan as President someday when he's almost 70. spence
December 17th, 2008 at 9: 13 pm haha, Klassy with a K! good job, spence!
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