SPOUT


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Related to SPOUT: sprout, spout out
AcronymDefinition
SPOUTSpark Output (automotive)
SPOUTSample Procurement Orifice for Unified Testing (engineering)
References in classic literature ?
But as these pig-fish are a nosy, contemptible set, mostly lurking in the mouths of rivers, and feeding on wet hay, and especially as they do not spout, I deny their credentials as whales; and have presented them with their passports to quit the kingdom of Cetology.
Used to spout what I could remember of 'Marmion' to a tree, sir.
There was an incessant slapping and chatter at the bows now, varied by a solid thud and a little spout of spray that clattered down on the fo'c'sle.
In an instant, it seemed to spout blood and entrails, and was hurled into the well-hole.
His actors, spurred on by him, had not ceased to spout his comedy, and he had not ceased to listen to it.
27) The epithet (which means literally `well-bored') seems to refer to the spout of the crucible.
An immense spout of fire shot up from the bowels of the earth as from a crater.
The one story stood forward a great way over the other; and directly under the eaves was a leaden spout with a dragon's head; the rain-water should have run out of the mouth, but it ran out of the belly, for there was a hole in the spout.
The gardens were arranged to emulate those of Versailles, and amidst the terraces and groves there are some huge allegorical waterworks still, which spout and froth stupendously upon fete-days, and frighten one with their enormous aquatic insurrections.
If he is, and spouts a whole lot of that bone-dry stuff about the ancient Mayan civilization and their antiquities, with side lights on how the old-time Indians used to scalp their enemies, I'm going to the moving pictures
Now and then the rain pours upon your head in streams as if from spouts.
A deep and careless incision had been made into each tree, near its root, into which little spouts, formed of the I bark of the alder, or of the sumach, were fastened; and a trough, roughly dug out of the linden, or basswood, was I lying at the root of each tree, to catch the sap that flowed from this extremely wasteful and inartificial arrangement.