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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of spiel.

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Examples

  • Two girls "spieled" in the corner, a kind of dancing that is not favored in the playground.

    The Battle with the Slum

  • The charming waiter spieled about artisanal cheese and day boats and 50 year-old balsamic vinegar and we were so distracted by the Ocean Drive scene we didn't realize we had been bamboozzled and had consumed a meal that set us back half a thousand dollars.

    Lea Lane: South Beach: Then and Now

  • The charming waiter spieled about artisanal cheese and day boats and 50 year-old balsamic vinegar and we were so distracted by the Ocean Drive scene that we consumed a meal that set us back half a thousand dollars.

    Lea Lane: Will You Hold My Parrot? South Beach, Then and Now

  • NEW U2 RELIES ON FANS, NOT FANFARE, spieled a recent front-page headline in Billboard, the music-trade publication that carries most all the spin its major advertisers (and hence subjects) see fit to print.

    Superstars And Super Hype To The Rescue

  • Paffendorf typed his speech into the computer, and his words spieled inside a chat box at the bottom of the screen.

    Feature Story: Fear and Shivering In Second Life, Part One

  • Myrtle Cass says she met him at a dance, and he was mooning around all over the place, and he asked her did she like flowers and poetry and music and everything; he spieled like he was

    Main Street

  • Bud said he spieled the car chase to Bob Yeakel; Bob said he'd try to DMV-trace the temp license.

    Hollywood Nocturne

  • His voice was highbrow New York Jew working with one lung; Mal made his pitch as processed, spieled to a load of other cops and DAs.

    The Big Nowhere

  • ` ` ` Now, gentlemen, standing up here before you, I feel a good deal like Pat, and maybe after I've spieled along for a while, I may feel so darn small that I'll be able to crawl into a Pullman hammock with no trouble at all, at all!

    Babbitt

  • “‘Now, gentlemen, standing up here before you, I feel a good deal like Pat, and maybe after I’ve spieled along for a while, I may feel so darn small that I’ll be able to crawl into a Pullman hammock with no trouble at all, at all!

    Chapter 14

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