Spur [noun]

Definition of Spur:

incitement, stimulus

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Sentence/Example of Spur:

How can you think of such funny things on the spur of the moment?

You gents feed your hosses the spur and leave the thinkin' to me.

Yet what can I say, for all men know that your valor needs the curb and not the spur.

He struck the rivet such a blow that he snapped one shank of his spur short off.

David Macy's house stood on the spur of a breezy upland at the end of a road.

Now, then, spur forward, if thou art eager to see thy Leila.

She walked a hundred yards or so towards the village on the spur of this thought.

We scorned to be out-galloped by a Highlandman, so off we started, whip and spur.

Does he know how to spur up his virtue, and put a check-rein on his pride?

In the right place, it should spur him on to a second attempt to get into college.