[spout] vb [ME; akin to MD spoiten to spout, OE spiwan to spew] vt (14c) 1: to eject (as liquid) in a stream "wells ~ing oil"
2. a: to speak or utter readily, volubly, and at length b: to speak or utter in a pompous or oratorical manner: declaim ~ vi 1: to issue with force or in a jet: spurt
2: to eject material (as liquid) in a jet
3: declaim -- spout.er n
spout n (14c) 1: a pipe or conductor through which a liquid is discharged or conveyed in a stream: as a: a pipe for carrying rainwater from a roof b: a projecting tube or lip from which a liquid (as water) issues
2: a discharge or jet of liquid from or as if from a pipe; esp: waterspout 3 archaic: pawnshop -- spout.ed adj