Definition of Spouter

1. Noun. An obnoxious and foolish and loquacious talker.




2. Noun. An oil well that is spouting.
Generic synonyms: Oil Well, Oiler
Derivative terms: Spout

3. Noun. A spouting whale.
Generic synonyms: Whale
Derivative terms: Spout

Definition of Spouter

1. n. One who, or that which, spouts.

Definition of Spouter

1. Noun. Someone who talks nonsense at length. ¹

2. Noun. Anything that spouts. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Spouter

1. one that spouts [n -S] - See also: spouts

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spouter

spousal relationship
spousal support
spousally
spousals
spouse
spouse abuse
spouse equivalent
spousebreach
spoused
spouseless
spouses
spousess
spousing
spout
spouted
spouter (current term)
spouters
spoutfish
spoutfishes
spouthole
spoutholes
spoutier
spoutiest
spouting
spoutings
spoutless
spouts
spoutshell
spouty
sprachbund

Literary usage of Spouter

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1. Sketches in Crude Oil: Some Accidents and Incidents of the Petroleum by John James McLaurin (1896)
"... spouter on Oil Creek had been eclipsed. The trade was "shaken clear out of its boots." Glowing promises of a healthy advance in prices were frost-bitten ..."

2. Mrs. Stephens' New Monthly by Ann Sophia Stephens (1856)
"No—he's not poor enough," said Mr. spouter, with a rather loud ... said Mr. spouter, seizing her hand, as it were the horn of a dilemma. ..."

3. The Cabinet of Curiosities: Or, Wonders of the World Displayed, Forming a (1824)
"... commonly called the Water spouter, rendered himself famous for drinking water in large quantities and discharging it from his stomach converted into ..."

4. The Cabinet of Curiosities; Or, Wonders of the World Displayed: Forming a (1833)
"BLASH DE MANFRE, commonly called the Water spouter, rendered himself famous for drinking water in large quantities and discharging it from his stomach, ..."

5. Travels in British Columbia: With the Narrative of a Yacht Voyage Round by Charles Edward Barrett-Lennard (1862)
"... a Fancy to our Dog—Indian Opinion of European Garments—Pe-Sha-Klim, spouter of the ... spouter ..."

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