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  • n. A clumsy, foolish, or mentally deficient person.


Possibly a contraction of spastic (as a term of abuse). (Wiktionary)


  • The spaceman vanished into an inner room and reappeared in a moment lugging a plastic case called a space pack, or "spack" for short.

    Rip Foster Rides the Gray Planet

  • Today we took all the really damaging velcro patches off the wall, cleaned the glue off, washed the walls and spack filled any large dints.

    May 30th, 2009

  • Then again -- I cooked a turkey, made side dishes, and had to clear off my sewing spack in the interest of eating Thanksgiving dinner at the table rather than in the living room!

    Thursday's things

  • February 13th, 2007 at 5:09 am videora ipod converter does a good job on small to medium files, but seems to spack out on big ones.

    DVD To iPod Video Converter For XP? « open thinking

  • Available for download on the Web at www. html; there is a text version at www. html

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • Fighting for balance, he picked up his spack and made his way to the nine enlisted Planeteers.

    Rip Foster Rides the Gray Planet

  • He swung the spack to his shoulder and made his legs go.

    Rip Foster Rides the Gray Planet

  • Butt yitt I spack more generalie then necessitie required: for when the synnes of men ar rebucked in generall, seldome it is that man discendeth within him self, accusing and dampnyng in him self that whiche most displeaseth

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

  • And yitt none spack all together besydis the treuth; for a parte of all these foresaidis war so manifest, that as the verteuis could nott be denyed, so could nott the vices by any craft be clocked.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

  • Cap'n Sproul at that moment had his fist up ready to spack it down into his palm to add emphasis to some particularly violent observation he was just then making to Mr. Tate, highway "surveyor" in Tumble-dick District.

    The Skipper and the Skipped Being the Shore Log of Cap'n Aaron Sproul


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