1 As he spoke he turned over another portion of the carpet, and there, sure enough, was a great crimson spill upon the square white facing of the old-fashioned floor.
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2 'Certainly,' said the Time Traveller, stooping to light a spill at the fire.
3 It appeared that two light-footed soldiers had been teasing a huge, bearded man, causing him to spill coffee upon his blue knees.
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4 And we stood still that we might not spill this pain more precious than pleasure.
5 Melanie lay on the bed on a sheet dark with perspiration and splotched with dampness where Scarlett had spilled water.
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6 The nice young captain was trying to pour a glass of brandy into her mouth and had spilled it down her neck.
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7 The snow did not fall this time, it simply spilled out of heaven, like thousands of featherbeds being emptied.
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8 The wine spilled over Arobin's legs and some of it trickled down upon Mrs. Highcamp's black gauze gown.
9 The purple spilled from the cup she was holding.
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10 The floor was covered with ochre-coloured sawdust, trampled here and there into mud, and stained with dark rings of spilled liquor.
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11 The thing was still loathsome--more loathsome, if possible, than before--and the scarlet dew that spotted the hand seemed brighter, and more like blood newly spilled.
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12 Laughter is easier, minute by minute, spilled with prodigality, tipped out at a cheerful word.
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13 But he wouldn't eat and the glass of milk spilled from his trembling hand.
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14 But the boy's hand shook so that he spilled his coffee.
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15 Making a dart at the table, she secured the coffee, which she immediately spilled, thereby making the front of her dress as bad as the back.
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