It was a spree I had had with the harbor, from the time I was seven until I was ten.
I thought of the years I had spent with Sam—and Sue, too, seemed to me to be having a spree.
He was having a spree with the harbor, as I had had when as small as he.
This was evidently going to be a spree on a most superb scale.
The company consisted of half-a-dozen Irish harvesters “on the spree.”
Bedad 'tis not the first time that Ballymurky's been on the spree.
They thought to have a bloomin' lark and two or three days' spree.
One day, after a spree, he went on the Board wild and flurried.
This was quite a spree for the General, and quite his own spree.
The Major was always a wag, ripe and ready for a spree or a lark.