from The Century Dictionary.
- Showing spills (see
spill, 7) or cracks or seams: said of inferior wrought-iron bar.
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- adjective Prone to
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Maybe people should ask Palin how is that "oily-spilly" stuff working out for ya?
How's that drilly spilly thing working out for ya?
Starbucks has been opening up cafes right next to subway stations in New York since the late 70s, yet there are literally no places to set down your spilly coffee cup (which is burning you with molten coffee) while trying to pull out your metrocard and simultaneously holding your umbrella between your legs, much like an insane and angry clown.
Backseat Blogger just did a spilly all over that brand new white shag rug.
But subsist solely on content from the Sermon on the Mount World, and we'll be jonesing for the spilly spontaneity, the glorious rawness of the Wisdom of Crowds world.
Big things and little things and spilly things and all, and there was no reason in the world why she couldn't do it all right.
"You seem to bring spilly things, ma'am," said King, taking the goods carefully.
With only a gray kitten and a spotted dog as companions, the baby will be instantly, adorably recognizable to readers - finger food, bouncy seat, spilly cup and all.
Trying to wash clothes during an extended trip can be a hassle, what with trying to find a coin laundry, deciphering foreign detergent instructions, or carrying your own spilly, nasty soap with you (assuming the TSA won't take it away from you).
Most non-Rockies fans would say the Rockies do not now nor ever have had a golf pitching staff just kidding. instead lets talk about how awesome spilly is