and the columns of smoke which were spouting forth at various points of the landscape where the German troops were hidden, forming a line which appeared to lose itself in infinity.
“The drow is with the ranger,” Tephanis spouted, and the canine beast seemed to understand.
A walrus spouts much like a whale, but the walrus is not a fish, because he is amphibious.
He had been a graduate student madman, spouting what was not quite gibberish.
I didn't dare spout out a snappy comeback.
In the early morning a light mist had hung over the Volga, and after nine o'clock it had begun to spout with rain.
In the middle of the garden a little marble whale spouted its steady stream into a pool.
Pumps spouted, the periscope packings loosened, and water trickled into the cylinders.
She went to the small wet bar, picked up a heavy crystal decanter of scotch, and tilted the spout against a highball glass.
The roof was aglitter with splashes, and a motionless spout of water gushed from the meeting of two gutters at one corner.
propelled violently in a usually narrow stream: running, jetting, spurting, squirting