spaÊŠt n. tube through which something is poured, nozzle; drainpipe; stream of liquid; waterspout; spurt; pawnshop (Slang) v. discharge liquid in a stream, gush, spurt, flow; recite pompously, give a speech; talk excitedly

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  • spouted — au̇d.ə̇d, au̇tə̇d adjective Etymology: spout (II) + ed 1. : having a spout spouted ceremonial vessels 2. : hollowed out in the form of a spout spouted limb of a tree …   Useful english dictionary

  • spouted — /spow tid/, adj. fitted with a spout: a spouted pitcher. [1825 35; SPOUT + ED3] * * * …   Universalium

  • spouted — A term familiar in the operation of grain elevators. Grain is said to be spouted when it is caused to go from a grain elevator by force of gravity into box cars standing on railway tracks. W. W. Cargill Co. v Minnesota ex rel. Railroad &… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • spouted — spout ► NOUN 1) a projecting tube or lip through or over which liquid can be poured from a container. 2) a stream of liquid issuing with great force. 3) a pipe, trough, or chute for conveying liquid, grain, etc. ► VERB 1) send out or flow… …   English terms dictionary

  • spouted — adjective see spout II …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • spouted — adjective Having a spout …   Wiktionary

  • spouted — spout·ed …   English syllables

  • Bridge spouted vessel — A bridge spouted vessel is a particular design of pitcher originating in antiquity; there is typically a connecting element between the spout and filling aperture, and the spout is a completely independent aperture from the usually smaller… …   Wikipedia

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