Synonyms of 'spout'
(of a liquid or flames) to pour out in a stream or jetIn a storm, water spouts out of the blowhole just like a whale.
Tears streamed down their faces.
He shot an arrow into the air.
Piping hot water gushed out of the tap.
I saw flames spurt from the roof.
A cloud of white smoke jetted out from the trees.
The crowd surged out from the church.
The resulting salty water will be discharged at sea.
Those volcanoes erupt not lava but liquid sulphur.
a splat of cream that squirts from a plastic container
to talk about (something) in a boring way or without much thought(informal) She would go red in the face and start to spout.
He is capable of holding forth with great eloquence.
Come on; you're talking rubbish.
I don't rant and rave or throw tea cups.
rabbit (on) (British, informal),
Politicians like to pontificate about falling standards.
He used to declaim verse to us with immense energy.
spiel (informal), , ,
a stream or jet of liquidExperts later blew it up, sending a spout of water soaring 30 feet into the sky.
a projecting tube or lip for pouring liquidsa pot with a broken spout
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in the sense of declaim
to speak loudly and dramaticallyHe used to declaim verse to us with immense energy.
in the sense of discharge
to cause to pour forthThe resulting salty water will be discharged at sea.
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