When the crew finally reaches the tribe, they give them their spiel.
He'll give you a spiel about his research and ask to measure your brain waves.
"Aw, boss, that was part of the spiel," he confessed frankly.
As he reached it he could see Dave Lungs, the outside talker, climb up on the front platform to begin his spiel.
Sit down, dearie and hold your horses till we spiel out this hand.
"I don't get it," I said politely, when he'd finished his spiel.
The minute I heard it I saw where it was hot stuff for my spiel.
But like a flash it comes to me how it would fit in to a spiel.
The side-showman was already beginning his spiel in the lot below.
I wonder the guards don't refuse their spiel at my coming and going.
"glib speech, pitch," 1896, probably from verb (1894) meaning "to speak in a glib manner," earlier "to play circus music" (1870), from German spielen "to play," from Old High German spilon (cognate with Old English spilian "to play"). The noun also perhaps from German Spiel "play, game."
[fr German spielen, ''play'']