- n. Plural form of spree.
“Each year, another 200,000 visit for short-term sprees.”
“Yet the sprees were the only thing that made the man interesting.”
“Keeler had said about Godfrey Cradlebow's "sprees" -- "some of that beautiful band rest in the graveyard, yonder.”
“Well, Jindal should know about such "sprees", since he was a willing participant in one of the most pork - laden, spendthrift congresses in history.”
“I'll leave it to any one if his kind of sprees pay.”
“Pat, and he saw that one of his "sprees" was an innocent matter compared with this affair.”
“I knew a case of a drunken slaveholder, who, in one of his "sprees," traded off a good horse for a blind one.”
Narrative and Writings of Andrew Jackson, of Kentucky; Containing an Account of His Birth, and Twenty-Six Years of His Life While a Slave; His Escape; Five Years of Freedom, Together with Anecdotes Relating to Slavery; Journal of One Year's Travels; Sketches, etc. Narrated by Himself; Written by a Friend.
“I have not covered brands available online or through "sprees", only what is readily available in the pharmacies.”
“Price was a drinker whose "sprees" brought out the worst in him, according to the newspaper, leading him to threaten Baldwin, whom he treated as "his bitterest enemy" when he was drunk.”
“It was really reckoned fashionable in 1828 to make a visit to Paris the occasion for the coarsest of "sprees," -- to get tipsy at Véry's, -- to "smash the glims," -- to parade those infamous _Galeries de Bois_ in the Palais Royal which were the common haunt of abandoned women, -- to beat the gendarmes, and, indeed, the first Frenchman who happened to turn up, merely on the ground that he _was_ a Frenchman.”
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