Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A frolic; a spree.
- To make a great show; show off.
“You're not the only one who can 'splore' round here. ”
“Or crawlz aroun unner houses or splore messy garrages.”
“Two (realistic) places I want to see before they box me up: Barranca del Cobre and someplace in Central America (likely Costa Rica) where I can fish (tarpon and offshore), swim, herp-splore and birdwatch.”
“She saw me, and kend me in the splore, for the mask fell frae my face for a blink.”
“Soon's I get well I'm going to 'splore through those woods for shiny pieces of metal.”
“I like a bit splore, but give it to me in our old style, with the tartan instead of buff, and the target for breastplate and taslets.”
“If we had not the recreation now and then of a bit splore with the sword, we should be lazily rotting to decay.”
“It is true that Nicol Beg threatened the church-officer with his dirk when he came to cite him before the session a few days after the splore in Inneraora, but he stood his trial like a good Christian all the same, he and half a score of his clan, as many as the church court could get the names of.”
“Thou kens how he bred sic a splore [raised such a row]”
“She saw me and ken'd me in the splore, for the mask fell frae my face for a blink.”
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