Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A spur-leather. Scott, Monastery.

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Examples

  • “Had we known in time,” said Douglas, “we might have had him privily waited upon as he entered the Borders; there are strapping lads enough would have rid us of him for the lucre of his spur-whang.

    The Monastery

  • "Had we known in time," said Douglas, "we might have had him privily waited upon as he entered the Borders; there are strapping lads enough would have rid us of him for the lucre of his spur-whang.

    The Monastery

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