Under the spur of

Johnyxxx

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Hello,

Is under the spur of commonly used in modern English? I came across it in a story Shredni Vashtar by Saki (190?).

"Without his imagination, which was rampant under the spur of loneliness, he would have succumbed long ago."

Thank you.
 
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