spirity

spirity

(ˈspɪrɪtɪ)
adj
1. spirited
2. resembling a spirit
adv
in a spirited manner
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Francis asked that "all those involved, with the support of the international community, will make every effort to prevent violence and in a spirity of unity and dialogue, chart a path for the country's future".
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At the Lodge, I tasted the firm and meaty Taylor's, the more elegant and supple Fonseca, and the more spirity and fiery Croft's.
And that was different again to the spirity and fiery Talisker, from the wild Isle of Skye.
Ms Graham's husband Derek was first mate aboard the Spirity of Humanity when it was captured.
The white wine ( an Italian Anfora Bianca ( should be fine on its own but it tastes too spirity and stubbornly individual to act well with this mildest of curries.
"The Housekite" (5) suggests that the pilot of this contrivance should not entertain too lively a "spirity dream of home." He borrows aptly from one of his favorite poets, Czeslaw Milosz, in a quotation that introduces the poem "Why I Never Take off my Watch at Night" (82).
Senate Productivity Award in recognition of Pleasant's spirity of innovation and efficiency, '92; Hall of Fame by American Society of Travel Agents, '93; 25 Most Influential Executives in the Tour & Travel Industry by Tour & Travel News, '95; Delegate To The First White House Conference On Travel & Tourism by then-U.S.
Drier than most Speyside malts, spirity and slightly peppery in flavour.
Martinez), como asi tambien del otro pianista Glen Pearson (en la mayoria de los temas.) Con respecto a Hedman, escuchamos solos espectaculares en Flight Of The Spirity Hed-Theme (de su autoria.) Aprecien aqui su estilo melodico y su extraordinario sonido y correcta afinacion en las congas.
Packed with nutty, earthy flavours plus a dryish chalkiness allied to a spirity warmth.