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  • adj. Not spilt

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Not spilt or wasted; not shed.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • She did this acrobatic drunken tumble from the sofa, and somehow or other, even though she rolled and rolled, the dainty little champagne glass remained upright and her champagne remained unspilt.

    The best performance I've ever seen: Greta Scacchi

  • The first care of the two unspilt friends was to extricate their unfortunate companions from their bed of quickset — a process which gave them the unspeakable satisfaction of discovering that they had sustained no injury, beyond sundry rents in their garments, and various lacerations from the brambles.

    The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club

  • No voice came from him, no paroxysms, no falling to the ground, and the water was unspilt.

    Saronia A Romance of Ancient Ephesus

  • Jonas, watching Susan to see whether she got home with the honey unspilt, was oblivious to the half of the world that was behind his back; but when he turned about and took up the dish of batter, intending to pour out a griddleful of pancakes, he saw her coming.

    The Wrong Woman

  • Doth the chalice, unspilt on the ground, not return to the hand?

    Lucretia — Volume 06

  • The first care of the two unspilt friends was to extricate their unfortunate companions from their bed of quickset -- a process which gave them the unspeakable satisfaction of discovering that they had sustained no injury, beyond sundry rents in their garments, and various lacerations from the brambles.

    The Pickwick papers

  • a gorge and they drove a cyclist into a patch of maize, they narrowly missed a goat and jumped three gullies, thrice the horse stumbled and was jerked up in time, there were sickening moments, and withal they got down to Piedimulera unbroken and unspilt.

    The Research Magnificent

  • Miss Josselin! "they shouted, and drank what their unsteady hands left unspilt.

    Lady Good-for-Nothing

  • If the apostles, when they received the Lord’s supper, or the Jews, when they did eat at table, were lying all along, how could their mouths receive drink unspilt? or how could they have the use of both their arms? which the Bishop himself would not, I am sure, gainsay, if he would once try the matter in his own person, and essay to eat and drink whilst lying along.

    The Works of Mr. George Gillespie (Vol. 1 of 2)

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