Definition of Spurting

1. Adjective. Propelled violently in a usually narrow stream.

Exact synonyms: Jetting, Spouting, Squirting
Similar to: Running



Definition of Spurting

1. Verb. (present participle of spurt) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Spurting

1. spurt [v] - See also: spurt

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spurting

spurreys
spurrier
spurriers
spurries
spurring
spurrings
spurrite
spurrites
spurry
spurs
spurs of the moment
spurted
spurter
spurters
spurting (current term)
spurtle
spurtled
spurtles
spurtling
spurts
spurway
spurways
spurwinged
sput
sputa
sputation
sputative
sputcheon
sputnik

Literary usage of Spurting

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1. German Universities: A Narrative of Personal Experience, Together with by James Morgan Hart (1874)
""spurting." T AVING every reason to expect that the coming sum- ■*■ * mer semester would probably decide my chances as a candidate for the degree of ..."

2. Travels in Southern Africa in the Years, 1803, 1804, 1805 and 1806 by Hinrich Lichtenstein, Anne Plumptre (1812)
"Character of the Colonists of these Parts.—Impressions of Fish in the State-Stone.—The spurting- ..."

3. Things Chinese: Being Notes on Various Subjects Connected with China by James Dyer Ball (1893)
"... into his wallet at night, and resuscitated in the morning by his master spurting water from his mouth on him. THE EIGHTEEN ARHAN : Eighteen of Buddha's ..."

4. Comparison of an Eight-hour Plant and a Ten-hour Plant by Josephine Clara Goldmark, Mary Della Hopkins (1920)
"SOME EXAMPLES OF spurting. The loss suffered by the factory from the prevalence of stereotyping is indicated by the extraordinary rise in the rate of output ..."

5. The Sampling and Assay of the Precious Metals: Comprising Gold, Silver by Ernest Alfred Smith (1913)
"This " spurting," or " bumping," as it is sometimes termed, is, however, only occasionally duo to the escape of carbon-dioxide produced by the oxidation of ..."

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