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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spiceless
Literary usage of Spiceless
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Missionary Review of the World by James Lutzweiler (1900)
"... you light the damp wood with a match-box and kerosene oil; you cook with pepper clogged, salt wet, macaroni moldy, and spices generally spiceless; ..."
2. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1870)
"... when every man agrees perfectly with every other man in everything ; when variety is no longer the spice of life, what a spiceless, flat dish ..."
3. America at War: A Handbook of Patriotic Education References by Albert Bushnell Hart, National Security League (1918)
"... willing to suffer before vomiting out Pan-Germanism and opening a meek mouth for the thin and spiceless but highly nourishing gruel of Pan-Humanism? ..."
4. The Unitarian (1834)
"... in as great danger as they are actually in Now I would solemnly warn There are certain among us who will, doubtless, regard this as quite spiceless and ..."
5. Household Economics: A Course of Lectures in the School of Economics of the by Helen Campbell (1896)
"... flour and water for crust and sugarless, spiceless stewed dried apples for contents. Salt, butter, eggs, in short every relishable thing, was forbidden, ..."
6. Beauchamp's Career by George Meredith (1897)
"She had no memory for his words; so, and truly, she told her Louise: meaning that she had only a spiceless memory; especially for the word love in her ears ..."
7. The Pleasure of Reading by Temple Scott (1909)
"And we, who are no longer children, surely we waste much precious time in attempting to devour the bulky, spiceless, unripe chunks served up as ..."
8. Blue Law Ballads: A Purge for Puritans by Sinners Club, Cincinnati (1922)
"The pearl of your Passion is priceless, Cast it not before virtuous swine. Life never was meant to be spiceless— Be drunk and divine! ..."