from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of spray.
- n. The act by which something is sprayed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Specifically, in ceramics, the process of applying color or glaze to the surface of ware in spray blown from an atomizer. By this means different colors may be blended in the ground tinting, as in Rook-wood pottery.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the dispersion of fungicides or insecticides or fertilizer on growing crops (often from a low-flying aircraft)
- n. the application of a liquid in the form of small particles ejected from a sprayer
- n. a quantity of small objects flying through the air
I saw Jarrod in front of an immense wall, white and empty like a hot summer sky, spraying from a can that would never run out, adding to a mural that would never be finished.
If you are familiar with downtown Philly, you can probably recognize the streets around Chestnut St. fışkıran su: fountain spraying water; trene inen merdiven: stairs to the train; köşede restaurant: restaurant in the corner; pazar da açık: open also on Sundays.
It seems to me that the two images here are kind of clashing with each other … spraying is obviously an intense flow of blood, but oozing strikes me as manageable.
When BP and the US Coast Guard began spraying the Corexit dispersants, the boats in the area were instructed to move out of the area, but not so far that they could not visually observe the planes spraying from the air.
One has to wonder why humans who believe in spraying, shooting and slaughtering insects and animals, fail to look to themselves when nature goes awry.
Surely you need to do a picture of GOB doing his coin spraying trick... sorry...illusion.
To penetrate dense foliage or to cover large areas quickly, space spraying is the preferred method of treatment.
U.S. team in spraying champagne around the 18th green where the Stars and Stripes was waving.
The spraying is a very high price, but I know mosquitoes are also dangerous.
She also seems to have no problem with the idea of spraying her constituents with monthly doses of potentially dangerous chemicals for the next 5 years - all because the agriculture industry pulled some strings with the Bush administration.
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