- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of spoor.
“By the "spoors" seen upon the river-banks, it was evident that both elephants and lions had visited the place during the night.”
“The first step is always proofing the yeast, stirring life into the spoors with warm water and sugar.”
“The memory use question is relevant too because brivtennay spoors immediately yields a suggestion while Jack Balkun yields none, even though a program much simpler than Google's, like the one in the sample would resolve it with a standard dictionary, at least to Balkan, which points here.”
“The day upon day of Stygian gloom and damp created a sharp uptick in asthma emergencies at local hospitals, exacerbated particularly by the spoors from mold.”
“Rumors flew about what the "" delicate spoors '' might do: lace the city water with LSD, release lions and tigers from the zoo, loose "" hyperpotent '' Yippies upon Democratic womenfolk.”
“" We are the delicate spoors, '' they cried, "" of the new fierceness that will change America. '”
“Youngsters are taught to identify the various spoors around the campsite, learning what the tracks indicate.”
“Thrust from the light, apophotorejected, he spoors loves from her heats.”
“I just keep thinking about spoors rolling around in a glaciers and moving ice waiting to thaw out. welikerocks”
“The chorus, the professor, and Marsha all seem to merge into a single voice for the last lines -- lines full of horror and a strange, triumphant beauty:CHORUS: As I lay, bloody and beaten, on the Forest floor amongst dead leaves and whatnot, nearly poisoned by lethal inhalation of spoors, and accidental ingestion of strange moss and fennell...”
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