He sprays the glass with some citrus peel and garnishes the cocktail with an organic flower and cinnamon sticks.
He saunters into the bathroom and sprays on his favorite scent, Armani Mania.
"sprinkle liquid in drops," 1520s, from Middle Dutch sprayen, from Proto-Germanic *spræwjanan (cf. German sprühen "to sparkle, drizzle," Spreu "chaff," literally "that which flies about"), from PIE root *sper- "to sow, scatter" (see sprout (v.)). The noun is attested from 1620s. Spray-painting is from 1902; spray-paint (v.) is from 1928.
"small branch," c.1300, possibly related to Old English spræc "shoot, twig" (see sprig).
A fine jet of liquid discharged from a pressurized container. v. sprayed, spray·ing, sprays
To disperse a liquid in a jet of droplets.