spurt[ spurt ]SEE DEFINITION OF spurt
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SPURT
A spurt of boiling water jumped into the air, and a wash of water followed.
There was no outcry; simply a spurt of blood and brain, and all was over.
"I asked him what he'd been doing with himself all the summer," Barbara went on with a spurt.
The dun had been hard ridden in the spurt to gain the mountains ahead of the posse.
A spurt of laughter dies into a shiver of repugnance at the action.
At these words Pincher took a spurt and had to be held in, lest they should overtake the wagon.
Suddenly, a spurt of smoke came from the muzzle of the rifle.
Another bullet lifted a spurt of dust almost at his horse's feet.
"You can't keep it up if you begin with such a spurt," she assured them.
A spurt of speed and Morgan was beside him, leaning over, demanding the gun.