Meaning of spouter in English:


Pronunciation /ˈspaʊtə/


See spout

‘A response one of my Zen teachers often used when confronted by an emptiness spouter was: ‘Does emptiness feel pain?’’
  • ‘If you still prefer the soil-less method, I would encourage you to invest in a spouter that has multiple layers and trays with drainage holes.’
  • ‘That same writer doesn't care how a spouter of pure hate chooses to represent himself.’
  • ‘Mostly gone is the over-peppy cheerleader and steady spouter of talking points running a campaign recently labeled flat and flailing.’
  • ‘It's the sort of movie that treats his grandparents as senile comic targets one minute and spouters of sentimental wisdom the next.’