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570 example sentences with  spout

570 example sentences with spout

Think the world is full of sin, Soon go up the spout; Badness always movin' in, Goodness movin' out.

Below it was a partly enclosed fountain or bathhouse, with a stone spout and a stone-lined basin.

Yet somehow the various lines melted together and went thumping off out of sight like streams running down a funnel and out at the spout.

Between ten and eleven o'clock of that day a water-spout was seen in the north-west, and the wind lulled.

Muskwa was just finishing his first real kill when a second spout of water shot upward and another trout pirouetted shoreward through the air.

What is the use of the spout?

Q. Why do they not take hold of the spout?

[Illustration: A WATER SPOUT] CHARLES.

If he had been thinking about it, he could have seen, dark against the pale fire of the desert sky, the source of his fortune; the great gusher throwing up its black spout of oil, like tons upon tons of coal.

Leaven is a sour, almost poisonous kind of stuff, working as though by magic, moving in a mysterious way, causing the solid and impracticable dough to upheave, to rise, expand, bubble, swell, and spout like a volcano.

It was the face of a mocking fiend, such as the old builders loved to place under the eaves to spout the rain through their open mouths.

He told me in Virginia City, Mont., at that time, of the existence of hot spouting springs in the vicinity of the source of the Yellowstone and Madison rivers, and said that he had seen a column of water as large as his body, spout as high as the flag pole in Virginia City, which was about sixty (60) feet high.

She rose up in a grave and thoughtful manner, and, going forward to the shrine of the Madonna, removed the flowers of the morning, and holding the vase under the spout of the fountain, all feathered with waving maiden-hair, filled it with fresh water, the drops falling from it in a thousand little silver rings in the moonlight.

It was subsequently ascertained that the parson had in a very irreverent manner slipped down the spout to the kitchen and jumped from there to the ground, and, what is "very remarkable," like the load of voters upset by Sam Weller into the canal, "was never heard of after.

It was at that moment that I heard a crash behind me, and, glancing round, saw a great spout of fire shoot up into the wintry sky.

The liquor had been taken out of the boiler by the skipper, and thence was being conducted to the coolers by a long open spout.

By some means the spout became choaked, and the liquor began to run over.

The consequence was that the liquor poured over the sides of the spout in a torrent.

The liquor had been taken out of the boiler by the skipper, and thence was being conducted to the coolers by a long open spout.

By some means the spout became choaked, and the liquor began to run over.

The consequence was that the liquor poured over the sides of the spout in a torrent.

Another loud blast from the horn was blown, for the bustling woman of the house was evidently getting uneasy, and ere long three or four men appeared, washing themselves from the spout of the pump, and wiping upon a coarse towel which hung upon a roller near the back door.

Mr. Vanderclump looked upon the bright and blazing fire; his eye rested, with a calm and musing satisfaction, on the light volumes of steam rising from the spout of the tea-kettle, as it stood, rather murmuring drowsily, than hissing, upon the hob.

Summer was nearly over when one day a water-spout burst in, the upper valley, which caused such a sudden and terrible flood, that the miller and his family had only time to save their lives by flight.

There is, however, still conspicuous a quaint and curious spout-head which bears the date 1687, showing that these premises have more than passed their bicentenary.

Money all blown in, overcoat up the spout, nothing ahead, and a whole year ofof damned foolishness behind.

"Fountains, (that sprinkle or spout water, or convey water, as it never stays in the bowls or the cistern,)" says Lord Bacon, are a great beauty and refreshment; "but pools mar all, and make the garden unwholesome, and full of flies and frogs.

There was usually a slight lull when the first slender and almost invisible column of steam arose from the long spout of the coffee-pot.

"After what we have all seen this night, none here will be amazed, should the vessel begin to spout out the brine like a breathing whale."

The way is for guardians to take possession, and board over the source, and make a reservoir with taps, allowing water to be taken first for drinking and washing purposes, a flow being otherwise provided by spout and troughs for the animals, and for cleansing the camp.

I was thinking up the wrong spout.

" Q. Why is a pump like viscount Castlereigh? A. Because it is a slender thing of wood, That up and down its awkward arm doth sway, And coolly spout, and spout, and spout away,

" Q. Why is a pump like viscount Castlereigh? A. Because it is a slender thing of wood, That up and down its awkward arm doth sway, And coolly spout, and spout, and spout away,

" Q. Why is a pump like viscount Castlereigh? A. Because it is a slender thing of wood, That up and down its awkward arm doth sway, And coolly spout, and spout, and spout away,

The torpedo, which was set to a depth of about 10 feet, struck the net in the middle and threw up an immense spout of water, but without getting to the ship, which was apparently uninjured.

But when he was touched upon the national matter, there sprang out of him a spout of oaths, and he could only tell men to "Kill! kill!

In an hour the powder exploded, throwing a vast column of water to an amazing height, and leaving the enemy to conjecture whether it was caused by a bomb, a water-spout, or an earthquake.

Nor would it be possible to invent a motive less in accordance with Greek taste than the conceit of Ammanati's fountain at Castello, where Hercules by squeezing the body of Antaeus makes the drinking water of a city spout from a giant's mouth.

It happened, by one of those vagaries of fortune which so often thwart the best calculations, that a spout was seen to windward of the cliffs, at a moment when the sloop was about a league nearer to it than any other vessel.

Spout 'low and bushy.'

Came to my college to spout once, in my time.

At the very entrance you turn a little to the right, and are struck by a yawning mouth in the face of the opposite crag, whence the torrent pent up beyond, suddenly forced a passage, within the memory of man, which at every swell continues to spout out one of the boldest and most beautiful cataracts that can be conceived.

Almost simultaneously Mr. Skelmersdale himself appeared down the village, gripping a watering-pot by the spout, and very white in the face.

Near the prow, appeared a column of smoke, of expanding gases of yellowish and fulminating steam and, coming up through its center in the form of a fan, a spout of black objects, broken wood, bits of metallic plates and flaming ropes turning to ashes.

His feet warned him of the cataclysm that was developing beneath themthe liquid water-spout invading with a foamy bellowing the space between keel and deck, destroying the metal screens, knocking down the bulk-heads, upsetting every object, dragging them forth with all the violence of an inundation, with the ramming force of a breaking dyke.

[Illustration] It is scarcely necessary to say that the condensed water trickles down on the inside of the cone, and flows out at the spout.

At the mouth of the hollow they had built a curious entrance of their own, in the shape of a spout of wax about a foot long.

At the opening the walls of the spout showed the wax formation, but elsewhere it had become in color and texture indistinguishable from the bark of the tree.

Howard R. Garis (A); 3Mar54; R126495. Uncle Wiggily's water spout; or, What came of an April shower, and Uncle Wiggily and his friend Jack Frost.

Howard R. Garis (A); 3Mar54; R126495. Uncle Wiggily's water spout; or, What came of an April shower, and Uncle Wiggily and his friend Jack Frost.

Every twig and leaf will spout danger!"

This goat-skin of the carrier has a long brass spout, and from this the water is poured into a brass cup, for any one who wishes to drink.

It resembles an eagle with expanded wings, and is finely chased: the head screws off at the middle of the neck for pouring in the oil; and the neck being hollow to the beak the latter serves as a spout, through which the consecrated oil is poured into [Illustration: ANOINTING SPOON.]

Kaliya detects that an intruder has entered the pool, begins to spout poison and fire and encircles Krishna in its coils.

Either a whole drop emerges or nothing emerges from the spout.

At the very first Grinn he cast every Human Feature out of his Countenance; at the second he became the Face of a Spout; at the third a Baboon, at the fourth the Head of a Base-Viol, and at the fifth a Pair of Nut-Crackers.

In fact, the water-spout, that is, that column of vapor and water which the whale throws back by its rents, would attract Captain Hull's attention, and fix it on the species to which this cetacean belonged.

"Its water-spout would be at once higher and of a smaller volume.

On the other hand, if the noise made by that spout in escaping could be compared to the distant noise of a cannon, I should be led to believe that that whale belongs to the species of 'humpbacks;' but there is nothing of the kind, and, on listening, we are assured that this noise is of quite a different nature.

Does it not seem to you alsowhich would confirm my ideathat that spout contains more water than condensed vapor?

For some minutes one saw nothing but a liquid water-spout scattering itself in sheafs on all sides.

"I'm not going to spout," he said; "but boys must be boys, and there's no harm in a bit of fun.

The vast Leviathan wants room to play, And spout his waters in the face of day.

Everywhere is the voice of water, ever lulling, ever babbling, and taught by Art to run in many a quaint caprice,here to rush down marble steps slippery with sedgy green, there to spout up in silvery spray, and anon to spread into a cool, waveless lake, whose mirror reflects trees and flowers far down in some visionary underworld.

He greedily ate every atom of his rarebit, he absorbed every drop of the moisture in the teapot, so that when she shook it and shook it, and then tried to pour something from it, there was no slightest dribble at the spout.

Thout regardin' the natur' o' man more 'n a spout, Nor it don't ask much gumption to pick out a flaw

The teapot had a chip out of the spout, an' she did jist pass her finger along it.

Mind the china now, Jack McEvoy; herself here thinks there isn't the like in the country,have ye all now, the two mugs an' the three plates, an' the cups an' saucers, an' the little taypot with the cracked spout?

You will notice a little space; quite close to the spout, where nothing can be seen.

A little way from the spout we see something white, like smoke.

The Gascons had once the same taste: "At times," says Montaigne, "from the bottom of the stage, they caused sweet-scented waters to spout upwards and dart their thread to such a prodigious height, as to sprinkle and perfume the vast multitudes of spectators."

It is flung from a small silver utensil tapering off into a sort of upright spout with a pierced top in the fashion of that part of a watering pot which English gardeners call the rose.

In the midst of all these terrors there occurred another no less wonderful and dangerous, which was a water-spout rising from the sea on Thursday the 13th of December; which, if they had not dissolved by reciting the gospel of St John, had certainly sunk whatever it had fallen upon.

Leaving that place, the winds and torrents of rain seem to have conspired to obstruct his progress; and at one time a water spout fell upon the deck of his ship, so that it appeared a miraculous interposition of Providence which enabled them to lower the sails, and let go the anchors.

It was like the breaking of a water-spout.

The smell of the garden herbs came in faintly, and now and then I heard a noise in the water-butt under the spout, the snapping of an old rafter, or something falling behind the wall.

It hung so near, pressing earthwards through that mighty spout.

While giving his directions, he unbound the arm, enlarged the wound in the vein longitudinally, and re-bound the arm tight below the elbow, then quickly opened a vein of his own, and held the syringe to catch the spout that followed.

What so like breathing, especially of those fish who draw water into their mouths and spout it out again through their gills, as that wonderful tide!

What girl has not heard her brother spout concerning these names, famous in Greek history?

Connery ribs and roasts Trebek about his mother's sexual indiscretions, while Reynold pulls out a giant sombrero from backstage while continuing to spout utter nonsense.

Further up is the idyllic Coquet river valley, containing a ruined castle and rock art, plus Linhope Spout, a cascade and swimmable pool.

Learn what T Cell immunity is before you spout off about things you clearly know nothing about.

Swimmers at Gฤงadira Bay were treated to the sight of a large water spout off shore early in the afternoon.

To set it up you need to insert the slender round MicroDisc into the top of the bottle and screw the spout into position, then tap water can be filtered as you suck.

White Supremacist Who Admitted Christchurch Killings Plans to Represent Himself There is concern that the Australian who pleaded guilty to killing 51 worshipers at two mosques in New Zealand last year would use the occasion to spout his views.

Doesn't this government spout families first and while people are losing their jobs she's making agreements for over seas workers?

Includes face plate with handle, bath spout, shower arm with flange.

Remove the cap or spout from the container to release vapours and ensure the container is completely empty.

Spout: ADA, CSA B651 compliant when installed to the specific requirements of these regulations.

The pour spout now draws the displaced air out of the receiving receptical as they fluid is poured in, that's what that pathetic little drinkingstraw device attached to the bottom of the pouring spout is for.

The pour spout now draws the displaced air out of the receiving receptical as they fluid is poured in, that's what that pathetic little drinkingstraw device attached to the bottom of the pouring spout is for.

There are numerous reasons why I am pursuing the SharedMem approach instead of something seemingly simpler such as spout, but I am not considering options in this thread.

At Water Spout, Enclosed Water Tank In Background.

This bath spout combines quality craftsmanship with a vintage artisan design.

This faucet features a swing spout to accommodate pots and pans, while a single lever handle and one-piece ceramic valve offer precise water temperature and volume control.

This faucet features a swing spout to accommodate pots and pans, while a single loop handle and one-piece ceramic valve offer precise water temperature and volume control.

Toronto spout Sande; with his brother.

When the first French settlers arrived here in the early 1700's the natives of the area taught them how to harvest sap from the trees by chopping a cut into a tree and driving a wooden spout or spile into the cut.

Whiting ladles are available with lip pour, bottom tap or outside teapot spout.