spear out

spear something out (of something)

to bring something forth from something by sticking it with something sharp and pulling. Richard spears pickles right out of the jar with a fork. He speared out a pickle.
See also: out, spear
References in classic literature ?
Pelagon, his friend and comrade, drew the spear out of his thigh, but Sarpedon fainted and a mist came over his eyes.
There Diomed wounded him, tearing his fair flesh and then drawing his spear out again.
At that rate, keeping Spear out of prison would cost a thousand dollars.
I was wondering," said Andrews, "how much it cost you to keep Spear out of jail?