Let us scrape the ice from our frosted feet, and see what sort of a place this "Spouter" may be.
"Moby Dick; or The Whale" by Herman Melville
Arguers and spouters are invariably asses.
"The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, No. 583" by Various
Are the clerics jealous of lay spouters?
"My Life as an Author" by Martin Farquhar Tupper
Slavery to every spouter who flatters your self-conceit and stirs up bitterness and headlong rage in you?
"Victorian Worthies" by George Henry Blore
The well may be a 'spouter,' or they may have to pump.
"The Moving Picture Girls at Rocky Ranch" by Laura Lee Hope
He wants to fight with the Fire-spouters.
"The Walrus Hunters" by R.M. Ballantyne
Dick was always called Spouter because of a fondness for long speeches.
"The Rover Boys on a Hunt" by Arthur M. Winfield (Edward Stratemeyer)
The skaters had still a distance of several hundred yards to cover when it was seen that Spouter Powell was gradually falling behind.
"The Rover Boys on Snowshoe Island" by Edward Stratemeyer
Dick was always called Spouter because of his fondness for long speeches.
"The Rover Boys Under Canvas" by Arthur M. Winfield
It is a Government of lawyers and spouters; of words they give us plenty, of government nothing.
"A Girl of the Commune" by George Alfred Henty
O'er the bowl of Bavarian lakes
With the marrow of osseous mountains
You will know I was not a glib fake
And of sugared assurances spouter.
"Do not fret, do not cry, do not tax..." by Boris Pasternak
"Till a spouter chanced to sight us, cruisin' round that way,
Or else we'd be stiff 'uns layin' there to-day;
An' ice," said the bosun, sniffing once again,
"Is a thing I've had no use for, no, never since then."
"Ice: The Bosun's Story" by Cicely Fox Smith