Definition of Sperses

1. sperse [v] - See also: sperse



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sperses

speromagnetic
speronara
sperre
sperred
sperres
sperring
sperrylite
sperrylites
sperse
spersed
sperses (current term)
spersing
sperst
sperthe
sperthes
spertiniite
spesh
speshul
spessartine
spessartines
spessartite
spessartites
spet
spetch
spetchel

Literary usage of Sperses

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Standard-phonographic Dictionary by Andrew Jackson Graham (1890)
"It sweeps, Tce'-Sway-Pecs. It »weeps it, Tee'-Sway-Pees-Tee. It sweeps It off, Tces-3way-Pees- sperses-Em. Tet It sweeps it out, Tce'-Sway-Pees-Tet. ..."

2. The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias George Smollett (1803)
"Behold him chained to the stake, as the wind di-» sperses at intervals the volumes of fire and smoke in which he is enveloped. ..."

3. The Power of Sound by Edmund Gurney (1880)
"... lento and allegro passages, in a song where she addresses pathetic remarks to her master and inter' sperses sotto voce asides in comment on the effect. ..."

4. The Nilometer and the Sacred Soil: A Diary of a Tour Through Egypt by Kate Kraft (1869)
"< sperses as if by m; men and donkeys le walls or stores we pass without 1 anybody. In the Turkis zar the streets are row one can only pass on or on donkeys ..."

5. Dictionnaire universel, historique, critique, et bibliographique by Louis Mayeul Chaudon (1810)
"... sPerses. Il fit le siège de Bagdad, qu'il fut obligé de lever. Les Perses reprirent sur lui plusieurs places dont ses prédécesseurs s'étoient rendus ..."

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