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He held up with a pride that made him splutter a little jack about fourteen inches long, which he had just caught.
THE YEOMAN ADVENTURERGEORGE W. GOUGH
Our crew—two Chinamen who jested about us between themselves in a continuous splutter of Chinese.
Dolly catches her lips with her finger tips, suppressing a little splutter of mirth.
YOU NEVER CAN TELLGEORGE BERNARD SHAW
And the utterers of both queries came forth on to the stoep, causing their brothers to break into a splutter of mirth.
ALETTABERTRAM MITFORD
A large drop of water, splashing down from the roof of the cavern, caused the light to splutter and go out.
THE BOY LAND BOOMERRALPH BONEHILL
The light of the lantern began to splutter and flare up, showing that the oil in the cup was running low.
THE BOY LAND BOOMERRALPH BONEHILL
At any rate, Corey, splutter along with the plan, but dont make me wash dishes.
"Why, you audacious little spitfire," the old man begins to splutter, but Vane Charteris interrupts him gravely.
See how stolidly the tough steaks brown, refusing either to splutter, yield fat, or find gravy to assist in their own undoing.
LONDON'S UNDERWORLDTHOMAS HOLMES
The splutter of pompoms filled the air and half the line went down.

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