American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. of a liquid That is propelled in a narrow stream or jet.
- n. The process or result of something being spouted; that which is spouted.
- n. Australia, New Zealand A gutter under the eaves of a building; guttering.
- adj. propelled violently in a usually narrow stream
“Yeah, "smart" … that's what they call spouting Marxist talking points and promoting an ideology that has failed time and again from Mussolini's Italy to Hitler's Germany to Stalin's Russia to Khrushchev's Soviet Union to Mao's China to Kim Jong Il's North Korea to Castro's Cuba to Chavez's Venezuela?”
“Thus the dogma you are spouting is more than a little ironic.”
“Outdoors is a 20-by-50 foot pool, tennis courts, formal garden and a large Chinese dragon fountain spouting water.”
“But what you are spouting is a standard line and I have responded to this in a post immediately after the attacks on Bombay.”
“Our opposition leader is a squillionare who changes positions to try and get elected, and our prime minister is a buzzword spouting beaurocrat.”
“And some who do (e.g. the infamous Krauthammer) pride themselves on leaving their formal training behind to engage in spouting pure propaganda.”
“Of course, in spouting these libertarian views (I am not) my sympathies go out to those who are persecuted — even when I don't agree with their bad habits, whether it is indiscriminate TV watching, smoking, or even drug use.”
“Or are you just spouting from the side of your ass like Ashcroft and the Press?”
“Indiana, still conceiving this to be some sort of acting, unabashed kept her post, expecting every moment he would begin spouting something more.”
“i am DEFINiTELY NOT signing up for Twitter now, with another uneducated moron like Palin spouting her idiocy.”
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