from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete or dialectal form of spool. Specifically
- n. The small wheel near the distaff in the common spinning-wheel.
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It was interesting and each week really spole about what's going on.
So many people count on their social security to survive~ I do not see Joe as not in the know and maybe quite a bit selfish and I beleive he was misleading when he spole to Obama!
As she spole, Katrinka saw the Czar take the hand of the Czarina and holding it very high, come slowly towards them.
The bitch was annoyed that I spole up, and other travelers began to heckle me for saying anything, since a little white girl (about ten) was alone.
Government authorities also offered Gerónimo a Tsotsil interpreter instead one that spole Tseltal; he also signed a confession without understanding what it said.