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sparingly

SPA'RINGLY, adv.

1. Not abundantly.

2. Frugally; parsimoniously; not lavishly. High titles of honor were in the king's minority sparingly granted, because dignity then waited on desert. Commend but sparingly whom thou dost love.

3. Abstinently; moderately. Christians are obliged to taste even the innocent pleasures of life but sparingly.

4. Seldom; not frequently. The morality of a grave sentence, affected by Lucan, is more sparingly used by Virgil.

5. Cautiously; tenderly.

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TWIST, v.t.

1. To unite by winding one thread, strand or other flexible substance round another; to form by convolution, or winding separate things round each other; as to twist yarn or thread. So we say, to double and twist.

2. To form into a thread from many fine filaments; as, to twist wool or cotton.

3. To contort; to writhe; as, to twist a thing into a serpentine form.

4. To wreathe; to wind; to encircle.

--Pillars of smoke twisted about with wreaths of flame.

5. To form; to weave; as, to twist a story.

6. To unite by intertexture of parts; as, to twist bays with ivy.

7. To unite; to enter by winding; to insinuate; as, avarice twists itself into all human concerns.

8. To pervert; as, to twist a passage in an author.

9. To turn from a straight line.

TWIST, v.i. To be contorted or united by winding round each other. Some strands will twist more easily than others.

TWIST, n. A cord, thread or any thing flexible,formed by winding strands or separate things round each other.

1. A cord; a string; a single cord.

2. A contortion; a writhe.

3. A little roll of tobacco.

4. Manner of twisting.

5. A twig. [Not in use.]

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