Origin of fountain
Related formsfoun·tained, adjectivefoun·tain·less, adjectivefoun·tain·like, adjectiveun·foun·tained, adjective
Examples from the Web for fountain
Terry Chung, an expert on fluidics and fountain systems, led the engineering of the mechanical systems.
He wandered into Fountain City, a suburb of Knoxville, where he fended for himself.Football Great Bob Suffridge Wanders Through the End Zone of Life|Paul Hemphill|September 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A few of those community leaders invited Scopes to the drugstore, bought him a fountain drink, and convinced him to stand trial.The Scopes Monkey Trial 2.0: It’s Not About the Stupid Science-Deniers|Michael Schulson|July 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Depending on who you ask, cardio exercise is either the fountain of youth or the ticket to an early grave.
After touching the glass of the fountain to ensure it's cold enough, Cuco prepares my drink with spoon and sugar.
Anath signified the fountain of light, and was abbreviated Nath and Neith by the Egyptians.
He found a walnut shell out of which the water was spouting as from a fountain.The Book of Stories for the Storyteller|Fanny E. Coe
My fountain, which, as it flows from the mountain-side, is overshadowed by a many-covered grotto with its wide circle.
But later on he opened up the fountain of rage in his heart.Dangerous Days|Mary Roberts Rinehart
Thus the sun is at once the great regulator of the planetary motions, and the fountain of light and heat.Letters on Astronomy|Denison Olmsted