noun, plural spar·lings, (especially collectively) spar·ling.
Origin of sparling
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That Mrs. Sparling's crime was not so hideous as some of us supposed?
The little girl was three years old when Sparling went off to dig in a remote part of Asia Minor.
And I shouldn't wonder if they have a letter--from Sparling.
Mr. Grayson repeatedly said Mr. Sparling was an utter stranger to him, and that he did not know him even by sight.
Mr. Sparling was attended by Captain Colquitt, commanding the Princess frigate, then in the river.