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Definition of spill:

  1. A splinter; a chip; a small bar or pin of iron pointed; a small roll of paper, or thin slip of wood, for lighting a lamp.
  2. The vent- peg of a cask.
  3. To suffer a liquid to run over, or to fall out of a vessel; to shed; to be lost or wasted; to waste; to injure.


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