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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of spruce.

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Examples

  • DVD Talk calls spruced-up re-releases "double-dips" and lists the best and worst of them:

    GreenCine Daily

  • DVD Talk calls spruced-up re-releases "double-dips" and lists the best and worst of them:

    GreenCine Daily

  • DVD Talk calls spruced-up re-releases "double-dips" and lists the best and worst of them:

    GreenCine Daily

  • Even Roxy expressed her pleasure in seeing "things kind of spruced up," and Merry's gentle treatment of the hard-working drudge won her heart entirely.

    Jack And Jill

  • "things kind of spruced up," and Merry's gentle treatment of the hard-working drudge won her heart entirely.

    Jack and Jill

  • Manana Shafieva, a stylist at the Turkish Salon, said many Iranian men bring in their wives to be spruced up.

    The Tijuana of the Caspian

  • It's looking particularly fine right now, both because of the blooming and because we just had it spruced up.

    Wisteria

  • In 1968, long-haired youth shaved and spruced up to hit the campaign trail in New Hampshire, determined to drive Lyndon B.

    Ken Blackwell: Piddler on the Roof

  • Manana Shafieva, a stylist at the Turkish Salon, said many Iranian men bring in their wives to be spruced up.

    The Tijuana of the Caspian

  • Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal The restaurant, which was spruced up last year, has a classic mid-century interior that gives the place its undeniable charm.

    Dim Sum on Demand

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