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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of spoor.
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You have been eating the black-spoored mushrooms again, haven't you?
The three bulls, according to the natives, had been spoored into the dense patch of bush above the kloof.
He may go miles before halting, and even if the hunter should overtake him, it may be only to deliver a second shot, and see the game once more disappear into the bushes -- perhaps to be spoored no farther.