- v gush forth in a sudden stream or jet
- v talk in a noisy, excited, or declamatory manner
- s propelled violently in a usually narrow stream
- But can you decipher the techno-babble that Enterprise crew members are constantly spouting? For some help, PTI consulted Michael Okuda, one of the Star Trek technical experts:.
- A too-angry blowhard spouting foolish radicalism? If you are going to exempt someone for being angry about the Rodney King riots, then you might as well disqualify every African .
- You probably cant change the hard-core racists, but by urging the majority to stand up and speak out against them, we can make these people feel less comfortable spouting their .
News & Articles
- 5 ways NSA leaker Edward Snowden's story isn't holding up
In ways both big and small, Snowden's tale of patriotic betrayal is spouting its own leaks
June 12, 2013 - The Week via Yahoo! News
- Don’t pick up!
Check your caller ID. If you’re a reporter who has criticized Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. for spouting nonsense about vaccines and autism , your phone could ring at any minute, and if you pick up, you’re in for a long, time-wasting lecture.
June 12, 2013 - Columbia Journalism Review
- Barack Obama in AFP
Senator McCain suggests that somehow, you know, I'm green behind the ears and I'm just spouting off and he's somber and responsible,Obama said. "This is a guy who sang, bomb, bomb, bomb Iran, who called for the annihilation of North Korea....
- Malcolm Turnbull in Special Broadcasting Service
If Joe was the cuddly, friendly face of the Liberal Party but spouting Nick Minchin's lines that would destroy him and destroy the party,Mr Turnbull said.
- Conrad Black in Chicago Sun-Times
Since I am in fact, not guilty, and the evidence is so flimsy, I assume reasonable people understand that it would be neither believable nor sensible if I suddenly started spouting false remorse for acts I did not commit,Black told the...