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Spilth

Spilth \Spilth\, n. [From Spill.] Anything spilt, or freely poured out; slop; effusion. [Archaic] ``With drunken spilth of wine.''
--Shak.

Choicest cates, and the flagon's best spilth.
--R. Browning.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
spilth

"that which is spilled," c.1600, from spill (v.) + -th (2). Used, once, by Shakespeare.

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spilth

n. (context archaic English) A spillage; spilled material.

Usage examples of "spilth".

Internal bleeding left her skin the color of spilth, as if her flesh might slump from her bones at any moment.

Reeling a little, he made his way through the hall where the troll chiefs sprawled in spilth and vomit.

She snatches the roses from their vase, crushing their stems in her fist, and starts waving them around in a mad spilth of water.