Spouted



adjective
1.
fitted with a spout:
a spouted pitcher.
verb (used with object)
1.
to emit or discharge forcibly (a liquid, granulated substance, etc.) in a stream or jet.
2.
Informal. to state or declaim volubly or in an oratorical manner:
He spouted his theories on foreign policy for the better part of the night.
verb (used without object)
3.
to discharge, as a liquid, in a jet or continuous stream.
4.
to issue forth with force, as liquid or other material through a narrow orifice.
5.
Informal. to talk or speak at some length or in an oratorical manner.
noun
6.
a pipe, tube, or liplike projection through or by which a liquid is discharged, poured, or conveyed.
7.
a trough or shoot for discharging or conveying grain, flour, etc.
8.
a waterspout.
9.
a continuous stream of liquid, granulated substance, etc., discharged from or as if from a pipe, tube, shoot, etc.
10.
a spring of water.
11.
a downpour or fall, especially of water, from a high place; waterfall.
12.
a dumbwaiter or chute, formerly common in pawnbrokers’ shops, by which articles pawned were sent to another floor for storage.
13.
British Slang. pawnshop.
Idioms
14.
up the spout, British Slang.

pawned.
in a desperate situation; beyond help:
His financial affairs are up the spout.

verb
1.
to discharge (a liquid) in a continuous jet or in spurts, esp through a narrow gap or under pressure, or (of a liquid) to gush thus
2.
(of a whale, etc) to discharge air through the blowhole, so that it forms a spray at the surface of the water
3.
(informal) to utter (a stream of words) on a subject, often at length
noun
4.
a tube, pipe, chute, etc, allowing the passage or pouring of liquids, grain, etc
5.
a continuous stream or jet of liquid
6.
short for waterspout
7.
(slang) up the spout

ruined or lost: any hope of rescue is right up the spout
pregnant

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