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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of spume.


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  • They broke in heavy collapsing tubes, then ripped down the line with clean snowy tops that spumed back in the wind.


  • Snow spumed away from our shoes, and the wind of our bodies spun us around the floor.

    dishonest decade)

  • The fog was still heavy and spumed across the bow.

    The Whale Warriors

  • Snow spumed up in fans on either side of the speeding car.


  • Strongfist heard the responding trumpet of their own horns and lashed the reins down on the dun's sweat-spumed neck.

    The Falcons of Montabard

  • The huge engine of the Cadillac roared; white smoke spumed from the tailpipe.


  • The problem was that he still harbored romantic feelings toward Cassy despite the fact that she had spumed him and Beau was his best friend.


  • She supposed she had scored a small victory, but it seemed a barren, sterile thing, especially when her newly awakened body was aching for the fulfilment she'd spumed.

    The Tycoon's Mistress

  • A stream of searing acid spumed from that fireball, splashing along Aurora's flank, burning and corroding through her golden scales.

    The Dragons at War

  • Buffalo Hump left them the Mexican girl and took his braves over the ridge, where the sand spumed.

    The Lonesome Dove Series


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