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  • noun Plural form of outspan.


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  • And the care-free heart outspans Where the camp-fires star the slopes, And time and tears and the troubled past Seem lost in tomorrow's hopes.

    Canada Finds Her Voice

  • He brings his waggon with him, and outspans on some open space within the town.

    The Boer in Peace and War

  • Following Mushroom Valley, we trekked, with two brief outspans only, to

    With Botha in the Field

  • British commando halted to-day would not reach Fauresmith until evening to-morrow; a Boer _paarde kommando_ will have done its fifty miles by the time one of our 'crawlers' outspans for breakfast.

    On the Heels of De Wet

  • You’re just jealous because a) of my Sylvia Plath’s cat remark a few weeks ago, and b) that my ass outspans your ass by a comfortable margin.

    quiz: how much of a smartass are you? « raincoaster


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