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  1. spurred

    • IPA[spərd]

    美式

    • adj.
      (of a rider or their boots) having a spiked device on the heels for urging a horse forward;(especially of the legs of a game bird) having a horny spike or pointed growth, used in fighting
    • 釋義

    形容詞

    • 1. (of a rider or their boots) having a spiked device on the heels for urging a horse forward two young men appeared booted and spurred the clank of spurred boots
    • (especially of the legs of a game bird) having a horny spike or pointed growth, used in fighting a lone gamecock stood propped on stiff spurred legs by one corner
    • (of a flower) having a slender tubular projection from the base, typically containing nectar the spurred flowers are 15 mm in diameter