Upstairs in the galleries, Jim Costanzo spouted lefty politics between tunes on his baritone bugle.
But in the same interview, he spouted the same old sexist line against female priests.
Such despicable nonsense is spouted for one reason: to dehumanize Palestinians.
As a TV gal who has reported and anchored and spouted opinions from news sets across the country, Google Hangout felt pretty real.
As I looked he spouted, and the vapor was red with his blood.
We kidnapped the Africans all day and spouted Islamism all night!
And now and then they spouted little jets of water and spray out of their heads into the air, just as if they were little whales.
The spouted smokes of explosions in the city were left behind.
Dan had never heard of the Wreck of the Hesperus, and Tom spouted two stanzas of it before he could be stopped.
It spouted a flash of bluish flame, and then another and another.
early 14c., related to Middle Dutch spoiten "to spout," North Frisian spütji "spout, squirt," Swedish sputa "to spout," and probably Middle Dutch spuwen "to spit" (see spew). Meaning "to talk, declaim" is recorded from 1610s.
late 14c., from spout (v.). It was the slang term for the lift in a pawnbroker's shop, up which articles were taken for storage, hence figurative phrase up the spout "lost, hopeless, gone beyond recall" (1812).