- v. transitive To remove without anyone's noticing.
- v. carry off mysteriously; as if by magic
- v. carry away rapidly and secretly, as if mysteriously
“She said, It hath reached me, O auspicious King, that when the old trot said to herself, “O Dalilah, the thing to do is to spirit away this boy from the maid!” she began crying out,”
“Why, this man Didenhover is a rogue, I suspect, and he manages to spirit away all the profits that should come to uncle Rolf's hands – I don't know how.”
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