"Gonna go home and make that hoe ride my spear."
by spear_ March 8, 2003
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To put the same answer for multiple questions that one knows can only be right for one of the questions. It is done in the hope that a tired grader will not notice the repetition.
I forgot to study for the quiz, so I guess I'll just spear it.
by Jakkel February 27, 2017
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verb. to gain rightful ownership of a person's cigarette lighter by concealing it on your person for a minimum of 15 minutes. An attempt to spears is deemed unsuccessful if the present owner takes measure to determine its whereabouts in the form of an inquiry directed specifically towards the spearser.
He was looking away and I saw an opportunity to spears his lighter.

Where's my lighter, you spearsing bastard?
by Simon Loughran August 24, 2005
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verb, the act of grabbing ones ear while giving oral and ramming ones penis into their partners thoart
thomas's girlfreind pissed him off early so he waited till she was giving him head then grab her ears and rammed his penis into the back of her thoart spearing her viciously
by TCWalsh April 20, 2010
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Having hard ass or pointy nipples that can be seen through clothing.
Ohhhh mann! You got some spears!

Its freezing outside. Wear some layers so those spears dont poke out.
by Dro aka spear boy January 12, 2011
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A melee (hand to hand) weapon. It is a long pole about five or six feet with a very short blade at the spearhead. The spear was very reliable back in the ancient to medieval ages. It is mainly a light thrusting weapon, also efficient in repelling cavalry. It can also be used to be thrown at the enemy. Unlike the sword, and the great axe, the spear did not take much energy to use. The spear was very light compared to the broadsword, and one slight thrust with the spear can kill, unlike the broadsword, where one has to swing hard to inflict damage. The spear also has its disadvantages; a very agile and fast soldier is best suited for using a spear, not the slow, big, tough soldier who can't move as fast. Since the pole of the spear is made of wood, a sword or axe can cut a spear in half, so a spear can not block any swings. Spears are also awkward when used with shields. Despite these disadvantages, the spear was an excellent weapon in the ancient to medieval ages until the advent of the gunpowder age.
The Roman soldiers first threw their spears into the enemy line, then drew their short swords and charged the enemy.
by your daddy May 27, 2004
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A running tackle move used in football, also used as a wrestling move by WWE superstars Edge and Goldberg
spear,spear!!! Goldberg has just speared The Big Show
by tony_degner April 15, 2004
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