Miley spends the song driving around with her boyfriend and spouting amazing lyrics as she goes.
The Senate minority leader was raving mad, and spouting nonsense.
And to let you comprehend whether you are heir to that civilization or spouting hot air about it.
spouting off against police online has become criminalized in recent weeks.
Never mind whatever podcast, Vine, Tumblr, talk radio host or triple-digit cable network is spouting off about at the moment.
So they both kept watch for some time, but neither of them saw any spouting.
He had seen one spouting fire as he had voyaged on the pirate ship.
Wiley sat up, spluttering and gurgling and spouting water, very stupefied and very much bewildered.
They have all been at work like her, spouting ashes and pumice and rocks and lava.
McNab was taking advantage of the pause in the spouting to examine the sides of the Blow-hole.
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).