And as we left, spears of sunlight painted the top of the nearby volcano Galeras.
spears acted out dark impressions of him and how he will "scream at her."
Eventually, Perez Hilton decided to bring Gaga over to spears to say hello.
He also let it slip to the writer that spears pursued him, not the other way around.
In an effort to be healthier, he and spears both vowed to quit smoking together.
No, spears and blowpipes, through which they send poisoned arrows.
And in it sat two ogres, with teeth like spears and eyes like fiery lamps.
The Nagas met us with a heavy fire and showers of spears and stones.
The charge of their spears is as the rushing of the whirlwind.
These fought bravely and defied the Grecian spears with the strength of their armor.
Old English spere, from Proto-Germanic *speri (cf. Old Norse spjör, Old Saxon, Old Frisian sper, Dutch speer, Old High German sper, German Speer "spear"), from PIE root *sper- "spear, pole" (cf. Old Norse sparri "spar, rafter," and perhaps also Latin sparus "hunting spear").
"sprout of a plant," 1540s, variant of spire.
1755, from spear (n.1). Related: Speared; spearing.