spout[ spout ]SEE DEFINITION OF spout
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Mallyan's Spout is the most imposing, having a drop of about 76 feet.
Its spout was torn and ragged like the mouth of a gun when a shell has burst there.
Why should it not be "up the spout," instead of in a jewel-box?
Just below the lid, and above the spout, was a hole as large as a dime.
It came out by itself, as the spout of a teapot had once come off by itself in her hand.
After you pump water up, it flows down into your pail from the spout of the pump.
Glory of Pat, to spout, to struggle, right Ireland's old wrong!
When the snow had melted she put the water in a coffee kettle that had a spout.
Then he looked at the pump and he gave it a whack and he kicked at the spout and said "Shucks!"
I don't see a sign of a' inscription on this—an' what is this paper in the spout?