English words and Examples of Usage

use "spur" in a sentence

People on the spur of the moment think, 'I should tell people this.'

Paris attacks spur criticism of French intelligence Full Episode So..

He bought $20 worth of tickets, spur of the moment, in the fourth quarter.

Pro teams spur growth The arrival of MLS has been another motivational tool.

This threw cold water on signs that Abe’s bid to spur the economy was working.

The arrangement with Best Buy is the latest initiative by Macy's to spur growth.

I think this is going to spur an adoption of mobile payments, said Gartner's Litan.

On the contrary, a failing economy could spur Putin into acts of nationalist defiance.

The two launched the Giving Pledge in 2010 to spur philanthropy by fellow billionaires.

Unsuspecting travelers are recruited for spur-of-the-moment, 50-hour trips worth $50,000.

If Ontario becomes a have province, it could spur even more frustration with the program.

Mr Horvitz said that he believed Cortana and its rivals would spur on development of the field.

“I had a minor medical deferment for feet, for a bone spur of the foot, which was minor.

Frances' spur-of-the-moment getaway is marred by lost connections, loneliness, and extreme jet lag.

Such a move might spur owners and service providers to make sure homes are sufficiently wired.

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