Definitions

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  • adj. Lacking spurs.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ spurred

Examples

  • Babita the Feline Beauty of Najafgadh hearbeats chaotic and unspurred androgynous aesthetics unheard

    2006 October « bollywoods most wanted photographerno1

  • Babita the Feline Beauty of Najafgadh babita is a transgender from delhi hearbeats chaotic and unspurred androgynous aesthetics unheard

    Babita the Feline Beauty of Najafgadh « bollywoods most wanted photographerno1

  • The white and only wife of the great Arab travelled _en reine_; two outriders with modern rifles slung across the shoulder and brandishing throwing-spears, caused consternation amongst the spectators as at a word or touch of the unspurred foot they made their magnificent horses rear and back and plunge.

    The Hawk of Egypt

  • Above all, though, I must remind you that the Duke is unspurred by malevolence.

    The Jewel Merchants A Comedy in One Act

  • Collie had also heard, and he dug his unspurred heels into the pony's sides.

    Overland Red A Romance of the Moonstone Cañon Trail

  • The tramp cowboy swung Black Boyar half-round, and driving his unspurred heels into the pony's ribs, put him straight down the terrific slope of the mountain at a run.

    Overland Red A Romance of the Moonstone Cañon Trail

  • If she gave the whole village work, was it too far gone in its unspurred stodginess to be roused to carrying it out?

    The Shuttle

  • Now many girls, unspurred by necessity or by ambition, enter college because they are keen for personal and intellectual freedom, because they desire the activities and the pleasures which college generously gives.

    Americans and Others

  • 'Fights best without?' said old Rooster Hall; 'he can't fight best unspurred!

    Rio Grande's Last Race & Other Verses

  • I was pretty sure she would think me a middle-aged and several other kinds of a fool, even though she were polite in words; nevertheless, I might have run the risk, even unspurred by your letter, if Dick hadn't come back looking extremely young and attractively impertinent.

    Set in Silver

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