splore

noun
\ ˈsplȯr \

Definition of splore 

1 Scotland : frolic, carousal

2 Scotland : commotion

Examples of splore in a Sentence

the splore that annually accompanies the Edinburgh Festival

First Known Use of splore

1785, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for splore

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