Spurter



verb (used without object)
1.
to gush or issue suddenly in a stream or jet, as a liquid; spout.
2.
to show marked, usually increased, activity or energy for a short period:
The runners spurted forward in the last lap of the race.
verb (used with object)
3.
to expel or force out suddenly in a stream or jet, as a liquid; spout.
noun
4.
a sudden, forceful gush or jet.
5.
a marked increase of effort for a short period or distance, as in running, rowing, etc.
6.
a sudden burst or outburst, as of activity, energy, or feeling.
verb
1.
to gush or cause to gush forth in a sudden stream or jet
2.
to make a sudden effort
noun
3.
a sudden forceful stream or jet
4.
a short burst of activity, speed, or energy

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