Antonyms for spilt

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At dinner she shook and jerked and spilt things worse than ever.

It was this monster that had spilt the pool of blood drying on the floor, near the door.

He gulped down a mouthful, and some of it was spilt on his shirt-front.

A minie drew some blood from me—not much, and spilt in a good cause.

Just then Jowler dropped the basket and spilt her huckleberries.

I pray you to pardon this blot; I spilt the ink, kneeling in passion; what would you have?

The Frenchman helped; and, being so happy, in cors, spilt the gravy.

The tin can was still round his neck, but the dinner had been spilt in the struggle.

There followed a clink of glasses, and some of the wine was spilt.

And now James seems to have thought that enough blood had been spilt.