One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used as an exclamation, especially of exasperation.‘spare me days, not here!’
- ‘Spare me days, this is a great game for anybody else with plenty of money.’
- ‘Spare me days, I hope he's not getting paid by the point!’
- ‘'Spare me days, you must have had it done to you some time!'’
- ‘Spare me days, I'll never forget it!’
- ‘"God spare me days! Is it you, then, chum?" exclaimed Ted.’
- ‘He dropped his tucker-bag and said, "Well, spare me days”.’
- ‘Spare me days, girl, it's not as simple as that!’
- ‘"Spare me days," said the bloke. "I bet that lot stunk after a while?"’
- ‘"Spare me days if it's not Mrs Gough," he exclaimed, thrusting out a great, grimy paw.’
- ‘'Well! Spare me days!' he shouted with a wide grin. 'Where did you spring from?'’
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