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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?

    Conan the Indomitable

  • The three bulls, according to the natives, had been spoored into the dense patch of bush above the kloof.

    Maiwa's Revenge

  • 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.

    Popular Adventure Tales


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