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Given his confident spiel, it is surprising that 13 years after it was founded, Ginkgo can’t name a single significant product that is manufactured and sold using its organisms.
I’m not going to give you the whole spiel about how humans told stories around fire camps and painted the walls of caves.
Youngkin made the first comment in direct response to a spiel from McAuliffe touting his record, essentially echoing it as a moderator in an effort to keep the conversation going.
In tests, cordless vacuums give between 15 and 45 minutes of action, and that doesn’t always correlate with what it says on the box or in the marketing spiel.
He calls his motivational spiel about conserving native plants “Tales from the Crypt,” and he chats colorfully about plants and the people who love them.
CEO Andrea Lee offers Lloyd Grove a sales spiel, concentration camps not included.
Rather than giving him her usual spiel and urging him to go public, she hides him—in the Rensselaer house with Ben.
When the crew finally reaches the tribe, they give them their spiel.
"Aw, boss, that was part of the spiel," he confessed frankly.
When Artie goes to a wedding, he records that "there was a long spiel by the high guy in the pulpit."
You can hand em the spiel you gave me, and see how much they believe of it.
He'll give you a spiel about his research and ask to measure your brain waves.
The Germans call it Krug-spiel—which means war-game, and that term has been adopted all over the world.
On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to spiel, such as: song and dance, chatter, jabber, jive, line, and pitch.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.