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Oxford dictionary definition of the word spout:
1a tube or lip projecting from a container, through which liquid can be poured:
a teapot with a chipped spout
2a stream of liquid issuing from somewhere with great force:
the tall spouts of geysers
the plume of water vapour ejected from the blowhole of a whale:
the spout of an occasional whale
3a pipe or trough through which water may be carried away or from which it can flow out.
a sloping trough for conveying grain, coal, etc. to a lower level; a chute.
historical a lift in a pawnshop used to convey pawned items up for storage.
1send out (liquid) forcibly in a stream:
volcanoes spouted ash and lava
[no object, with adverbial] (of a liquid) flow out forcibly in a stream:
blood was spouting from the cuts on my hand
(of a whale or dolphin) eject (water vapour and air) through its blowhole.
2express (one’s views or ideas) in a lengthy, declamatory, and unreflecting way:
he was spouting platitudes about our furry friends