Spur, v. i. To spur on one's horse; to travel with great expedition; to hasten; hence, to press forward in any pursuit. "Now spurs the lated traveler." Shak.
The Parthians shall be there,Dryden.
And, spurring from the fight, confess their fear.
The roads leading to the capital were covered with multitudes of yeomen, spurring hard to Westminster.Macaulay.
Some bold men, . . . by spurring on, refine themselves.Grew.
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