Antonyms for spiriting

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The wine was in them, and the captain commended the spiriting of it, as Prospero his Ariel.

I will be correspondent to command, And do my spiriting gently.

On learning of her arrival with them, he rallied them on spiriting her off.

What was the motive or the sense in spiriting off the king in this way?

I strongly suspect him of having had a hand in spiriting away Lizzie.'

You must have done your spiriting very ungently, perhaps said something unfavourable of me.

Perhaps you have seen the history of the Dutch minister at Turin, and of the spiriting away of his daughter by the Jesuits?

Even booksellers do their spiriting more gently for good fare, and bid for an author the most spiritedly after dinner.

The city was on John Brown's "underground railway," and the spiriting of slaves through the town gave zest to public discussion.

When Dodge realised the spiriting away of Mr. Pepin, a howl, not to say a hue and cry, went up.

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