The woman ancestor kitchen-gardened, spun, wove, and nourished the poultry.
The man took her by the shoulder, laughing still, and spun her up standing.
It's the stuff that a thousand summer-girl stories have been spun out of.
Lloyd clapped her hands and spun around the room like a top.
Again he yelled, and as he did so, he struck his heels upon the floor and spun around.
Suddenly she dropped the brush; it rattled and spun on the polished floor.
She loved to spin, and no spider ever spun so fine a thread as she on her spinning wheel.
The Mercutian spun half around with the force of the tearing bullet.
Besides this, a great many other descriptions are spun there.
It may be sold by the spinner to the weaver or it may be woven in the mill in which it is spun.