[ spilth ]
/ spɪlθ /


something that is spilled.
refuse; trash.

Origin of spilth

First recorded in 1600–10; spill1 + -th1
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Examples from the Web for spilth

  • His foot slipped in the spilth of wine, and the huge body went down like an oak, his head striking one leg of the table.

    Chivalry|James Branch Cabell
  • There it hums and caracoles, through the bottles and glasses; reckless what dangerous breakage and spilth it may occasion.