spoondrift

[ spoon-drift ]
/ ˈspunˌdrɪft /

noun

Origin of spoondrift

1760–70; spoon, variant of obsolete spoom (of a ship) to run or scud before the wind + drift
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British Dictionary definitions for spoondrift

spoondrift
/ (ˈspuːnˌdrɪft) /

noun

a less common spelling of spindrift
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