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  • n. Plural form of spurner.


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  • Eccentric edibles have been converting some die-hard veggie-spurners, like Michelle Reynolds, into fans.

    Pushing the Envelope on Vegetables

  • But secretly the successfully ambitious spurners of that suburban society were approved, were envied.

    The Price She Paid.

  • Friends to heathendom, Persecutors of Priests, Persecutors of People, all too many; spurners of godly law and Christian bond, who Loudly Laugh at the _Teaching_ of God's _Teachers_ and the _Preaching_ of God's _Preachers_, and whatso rightly to God's rites belongs.

    Early Britain Anglo-Saxon Britain


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