I heard him growl out, "That there muff's enough to spile one's taste for a fortnit."
Wasn't the children of Israel commanded to spile the Egyptians?
They'd spile pretty near an acre fallin' in some o' them spring gales.
Then, after thought: "But you got to go some to spile bad eggs."
An' don't you spile it in the cooking or I'll use the gad on you; an' if you holler or cut that cord I'll kill ye.
Hit him somewheres in the hand; spile his dealin' fo' a while.
"Don' spile my gaze when dat gal's showing up lak she is," said another.
"That's right, gentlemen; I don't want to spile sport," said the donkey's man.
It'd be a sin an' a shame to spile Christian vittels in them times, an' I won't do it.
I allers said he'd make a spoon or spile a horn, an' I do b'lieve it's the spoon.
tap or spout for drawing maple sugar, 1844, from Northern English dialect spile "splinter" (1510s), from Middle Dutch or Middle Low German spile "splinter, skewer, bar, spindle," perhaps related to spike (n.1).