spouts in English

noun
1
a tube or lip projecting from a container, through which liquid can be poured.
a teapot with a chipped spout
synonyms: nozzle lip
2
a stream of liquid issuing from somewhere with great force.
the tall spouts of geysers
verb
1
send out (liquid) forcibly in a stream.
volcanoes spouted ash and lava
2
express (one's views or ideas) in a lengthy, declamatory, and unreflecting way.
he was spouting platitudes about animal rights
synonyms: hold forthsound off go on talk at length expatiate mouth off speechify spiel

Use "spouts" in a sentence

Below are sample sentences containing the word "spouts" from the English Dictionary. We can refer to these sentence patterns for sentences in case of finding sample sentences with the word "spouts", or refer to the context using the word "spouts" in the English Dictionary.

1. Canales are drain spouts from flat roofs

2. Synonyms for Blusters. fulminates, huffs, rants, raves, spouts. Near Antonyms for Blusters.

3. 30 In a storm, water spouts out of the blowhole just like a whale.

4. He spouts a load of pretentious nonsense and people are stupid enough to believe him!

5. Synonyms for Bibcocks include bibbs, sillcocks, stopcocks, valves, taps, hydrants, spigots, gates, spouts and faucets

6. You can prevent erosion in your yard from the Canales drainage by using rain barrels under the spouts

7. And rotating blades scour water surface to drain oils off in the discharge spouts meant for this purpose.

8. 9 Anything did not understand all spouts rhetoric, to sorry, "ignorantly delivers Mr. four characters to be bored".

9. A Blatherskite may either be noisy talker of blatant rubbish or the foolish talk or nonsense that such a person spouts

10. 8 The 14 spouts are spread across the 4m width, coming in after the tines and before the packer roller.

11. The grand inquisitor of the Spanish Inquisition spouts the loftiest of motives. The Salem witchcraft trials were conducted for the public good.

12. However, there are modern versions available in which the Cruets are fused together, with their necks or spouts pointing in opposite directions

13. Residential and commercial swimming pool equipment (sold as a unit), namely water and air hoses, hose connectors, water filling spouts, water output jets, water suction strainers and water suction covers

14. Residential and commercial swimming pool equipment (sold as a unit), namely, water and air hoses, hose connectors, water filled spouts, water output jets, water suction strainers, and water suction covers

15. " There Leviathan, Hugest of living creatures, in the deep Stretched like a promontory sleeps or swims, And seems a moving land; and at his gills Draws in, and at his breath spouts out a sea. "

16. Certain powdery products, like flour, need time to settle during the packing process and, in order maximize Bagging production during the settling time, the Chronos high speed Carousel Bagging system has six filling spouts.

17. Equipped with two Bagging spouts, the IMF automated Bagging machines will fill bags at up to 1,800 bags per hour and is an excellent choice for high-speed Bagging of powders that require de-aeration during filling.

18. ‘Small Baluster castes were often converted to more useful pitcher cream jugs by the addition of handles and spouts.’ ‘Characteristic is the large circular base supported on four claw-and-ball feet, the large Baluster stem, and the relatively small candleholder.’

19. Bar accessories, especially bar strainers, measuring jugs, bar knives, bar spoons, pestles, ice tongs, ice scoops, lime cutters, shakers, bottle spouts, ice boxes, ice buckets, pitchers, cutting boards, glasses, bottle openers, cork screws, champagne cups, cocktail glasses, ice crushers, espresso jugs, juicers (non electric), decanters, milk foamer, champagne flutes, lemon squeezers, coasters

20. ‘‘Instead of a spout in the center, it is on the corner, making it easier to tip and pour, as opposed to lifting the bottle and turning it on its side to pour,’ says Ayers.’ ‘A good number of dairy manufacturers still use cartons, many of which sport vivid colors and graphics along with convenient closures and spouts.’