splore

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Scots[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Origin unknown.

Pronunciation[edit]

Verb[edit]

splore (third-person singular present splores, present participle splorin, past splore't, past participle splore't)

  1. to roister, revel, make merry, carouse
    • Robert Louis Stevenson, Catriona
      My faither, Tam Dale, peace to his banes, was a wild, sploring lad in his young days, wi' little wisdom and less grace.

Noun[edit]

splore (plural splores)

  1. frolic; spree