So this meant that the solid appearance of the spout had to be an illusion.
Instead of letting Ahmadinejad spout out lies and vitriol, here's what the media should be asking.
Oftentimes, that propels even the most cautious to spout off.
Meaning, Williams has basically previously displayed his willingness to spout government propaganda in exchange for cash.
If the spout was air and not water, then there was no necessary reason for it to be confined to seas and oceans.
If you take it this way, why, this is the handle and that the spout.
The spout is soldered on, but even the solder is made chiefly of aluminum.
Some of them seemed to spread over a great area, while others appeared to spout skyward, funnel shaped.
A full bucket was hoisted and set on the platform, with its spout overhanging.
A sound of bubbling and a rush of steam from the spout of the kettle proclaimed that the billy did boil.
early 14c., related to Middle Dutch spoiten "to spout," North Frisian spütji "spout, squirt," Swedish sputa "to spout," and probably Middle Dutch spuwen "to spit" (see spew). Meaning "to talk, declaim" is recorded from 1610s.
late 14c., from spout (v.). It was the slang term for the lift in a pawnbroker's shop, up which articles were taken for storage, hence figurative phrase up the spout "lost, hopeless, gone beyond recall" (1812).