from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A preterit and past participle of spill.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- imp. & p. p. of
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- adjective That has been
- verb chiefly UK Simple past tense and past participle of
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US$4-5bn depending on the number barrels spilt, which is being disputed.
B.ad Pitt and Angelina Jolie 'spilt' claims are B. S say friends
The typical establishment, with “the floor filled with peanut shells and spilt beer; the air saturated with tobacco smoke,” was correctly described by moral reformers as a gateway to sexual misbehavior.
Attending to them each month makes the piles manageable and allows the books to live where they are best cared for – away from spilt drinks, cat hair, dust, the direct sun and so forth … and where you can find them!
I meander through the crowd, stepping over spilt noodles as I go.
You step inside—take in the heavy smell of beer and spilt liquor.
We have seen above that in the first part of verse 34, Moses writes that all food on which water has been spilt becomes unclean.
Like their real life counterparts, our characters are not so keen on having their blood spilt.
Tempting aromas fill the air: roasted spices, the unmistakable scent of barbecued pork and the partnering smell of a spilt beer.
In the second part of verse 34, it is stated that also liquid on which water has been spilt becomes unclean.