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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of spirt.


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  • He can be such a good boy sometimes, but lately the "spirted" side is sticking out a lot more.

    mamarobbi Diary Entry

  • He can be such a good boy sometimes, but lately the "spirted" side is sticking out a lot more.

    mamarobbi Diary Entry

  • Jaidyn is stuck to me like glue and a little more "spirted" as they call it.

    mamarobbi Diary Entry

  • Williams, when she turned her head to one side, and, with the air and appearance of a practiced chewer, 'spirted' a stream of saliva from her thin lips, and then throwing away the tobacco she had been cheeking, took from her pocket a small vial of snuff, and with a spoon-shaped bit of wood filled her mouth with the filthy drug.

    Lunsford Lane; or, Another Helper from North Carolina.

  • Typical mean-spirted, bigoted attitudes are shameless, more now than ever.

    Georgia congressman: Wilson's outburst 'carefully calculated'

  • They'll see that Mrs. Bill Clinton's lacks qualifications, character and capacity to address an issue directly, combined with huge obligations for all that corporate cash and a truely arrogant, mind-spirted campaign machine.

    Poll: Huckabee Ahead By Five In Iowa!

  • This is petty and mean-spirted and could be just the thing that gets Joe elected as the Independent.

    CT-SEN: Can Lieberman Be Pushed From Race?

  • Pretending that these are the folks that are going to have their wealth taken is snide and mean-spirted but we should not be surprised at that after the campaign that is being waged on the McCain/Palin side.

    Evening Buzz: One Week To Go

  • My name is Jay Jay , I enjoy lazy nights watching 360, spirted debates & long walks down Pennsylvania Ave.

    Beat 360° 10/28/08

  • Indeed, some ladies had gone so far as to assert, that the dark gentleman was actually a portrait of the spirted young proprietor; and the great similarity between their head – dresses — both wore very glossy hair, with a narrow walk straight down the middle, and a profusion of flat circular curls on both sides — encouraged the idea.

    Nicholas Nickleby


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