Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who spies; a spy; a scout.
- See speer.
“Spier: The big family-friendly winery includes a cheetah-filled wildlife park. spier.co.za”
“Wally is still more entertaining on his own. i hope they can get a spier-man vibe and not like fantastic four.”
“Would you prefer that I should spier (question) the boys, or that you should spier them?”
“The clergyman then said he would be glad to "spier the boys," and at once began --”
“As they carried out the wounded man, the Chairman without the slightest evidence of anything peculiar in his manner, said, "Is there any other person who would like to spier the candidate?”
“As lang's we're hale and fier: [lusty] 'Mair spier na, nor fear na,' [More ask not]”
“Eh, lassie, I was gangin 'to spier at the lodge, gin there's a bit dog leevin' i 'the kirkyaird.”
“An 'syne, wi' the folk comin 'to spier for' im an 'swarmin' ower the kirkyaird, ye'd think a warlock was aboot.”
“He requested Sandy to ask Glenormiston, if he came in, to come over to the Burgh court and spier for Mr. Traill.”
“It's a serious thing to spier a lassie," said Sanders.”
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