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“Songbird Powell, a former schoolmate of their fathers, a fellow who was usually called Spouter because of his fondness for making speeches.”
“Dick was always called Spouter because of his fondness for long speeches.”
“Dick was always called Spouter because of a fondness for long speeches.”
“On arriving at Colby Hall the younger Rovers found several of their friends awaiting them, including Dick Powell, usually called Spouter because of his occasional desire to make long speeches, and Gifford”
“Let us scrape the ice from our frosted feet, and see what sort of a place this "Spouter" may be.”
“Let us scrape the ice from our frosted feet, and see what sort of a place this 'Spouter' may be.”
“Entering that gable-ended Spouter-Inn, you found yourself in a wide, low, straggling entry with old-fashioned wainscots, reminding one of the bulwarks of some condemned old craft.”
“The landlord of the Spouter-Inn had recommended us to his cousin Hosea Hussey of the Try Pots, whom he asserted to be the proprietor of one of the best kept hotels in all Nantucket, and moreover he had assured us that Cousin Hosea, as he called him, was famous for his chowders.”
“Returning to the Spouter-Inn from the Chapel, I found Queequeg there quite alone; he having left the Chapel before the benediction some time.”
“The "Spouter of Froth by the Hour" refers to cabinet minister George Canning.”
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