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Spare - definition of spare by The Free Dictionary
spare (spâr) tr.v. spared, spar·ing, spares 1. a. To refrain from harming, injuring, destroying, or killing: The general spared the city from a bombardment. b. To ...
Spare | Definition of Spare by Merriam-Webster
Define spare: to choose not to punish or harm (someone) — spare in a sentence
Spare | Define Spare at Dictionary.com
Spare definition, to refrain from harming or destroying; leave uninjured; forbear to punish, hurt, or destroy: to spare one's enemy. See more.
Spare Synonyms, Spare Antonyms | Thesaurus.com
Synonyms for spare at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.
Spare - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
home, James (, and don't spare the horses) A humorous directive for a driver to take one home directly and without delay. Thank goodness you finally came to pick me ...
Spared - definition of spared by The Free Dictionary
spare (spâr) tr.v. spared, spar·ing, spares 1. a. To refrain from harming, injuring, destroying, or killing: The general spared the city from a bombardment. b. To ...
Spare dictionary definition | spare defined
to treat with mercy or leniency; refrain from killing, injuring, troubling, or distressing; save; to save or free (a person) from something: to spare him further ...
spare - Wiktionary
Being over and above what is necessary, or what must be used or reserved; not wanted, or not used; superfluous. I have no spare time. Spenser if that no ...
Spares | Define Spares at Dictionary.com
Spares definition, to refrain from harming or destroying; leave uninjured; forbear to punish, hurt, or destroy: to spare one's enemy. See more.
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St. Peter Academy, in River Edge, New Jersey, is the area's celebrated, Catholic elementary school. Since 1952, we have continued to offer education through Christ.