from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who spirits another away; an abductor; a kidnapper.


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  • Through the nasty wet rain come two spiriters and a nasty catchy-carry-kind creature having a nasty carry on a number three spiriter in the wet rain.

    HOTHOUSE Aldiss, Brian 1962

  • Yet Van Hees seems fascinated by his character in spite of his genre’s tradition, and fashions her into a full-blooded free-spiriter now coming of age.

    Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat 2009


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