spout

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  • Would he open his eyes to see his own life-blood spout out? Cited from The Keeper of the Door, by Ethel M. Dell
  • Some one was drawing water and my teacher placed my hand under the spout. Cited from Stories of Achievement, Volume IV (of 6), by Various
  • They told me it was eight months' work gone up the spouts! Cited from Kim, by Rudyard Kipling
  • Another engine soon followed the first, spouting smoke and fire like the former. Cited from Toaster's Handbook, compiled by Peggy Edmund & Harold W. Williams
  • Did any of you ever hear of water-spouts at sea? Cited from St. Nicholas Magazine for Boys and Girls, Vol. 5, Sep 1878, No. 11
  • From the centre spouted up water to the height of seven or eight feet. Cited from In the Rocky Mountains, by W. H. G. Kingston
  • What girl has not heard her brother spout concerning these names, famous in Greek history? Cited from As Seen By Me, by Lilian Bell
  • A spout has, in each case, been added to the side of the body. Cited from Collections Made During the Field Season of 1881, by William H. Holmes
  • In a few minutes, however, I found the water spouting up at my feet. Cited from The Aran Islands, by John M. Synge
  • I found it, and drew it out, and let the water spout out into my mouth. Cited from Dick Cheveley, by W. H. G. Kingston
  • Walk along the foot of the rock, and search for them near the water-spout. Cited from Fan, by Henry Harford
  • At present no successful efforts have been made to obtain a spouting spring in the village. Cited from Saratoga and How to See It, by R. F. Dearborn
  • Having reached this point the water spouted forth with great force. Cited from Saratoga and How to See It, by R. F. Dearborn
  • How many water-spouts it had carried away I never heard. Cited from Cyprus, as I Saw it in 1879, by Samuel W. Baker #6
  • It is also seen as water spouts at the source of a spring.
  • A little way from the spout we see something white, like smoke. Cited from Home Geography For Primary Grades, by C. C. Long
  • As a result, she began spouting blood with every breath she took.
  • His world gone up the spout, all of a summer afternoon! Cited from To Let, by John Galsworthy
  • You will notice a little space; quite close to the spout, where nothing can be seen. Cited from Home Geography For Primary Grades, by C. C. Long
  • And what would the children say if he ceased to spout? Cited from St. George and St. Michael V2, G. MacDonald
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Meaning of spout

  • noun An opening that allows the passage of liquids or grain