spout » sprout

Classification: English

Spotted in the wild:

  • Kerry would have probably been quite similar to Bush but that added varnish of diplomacy would have allowed European leaders to keep sprouting their nonsense about significant similarities between us and the majority of Americans (commenter on the Guardian Newsblog)
  • She chuckled as she realized she was practically sprouting health class claptrap. (link)
  • This spiffy commentary page is powered by my wildlink database engine and should let me be able to sprout whatever random rants I come up with! (link)
  • That drape of ire blinded her from his warmth and she sprouted words of complete gibberish. (link)

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| link | entered by Chris Waigl, 2005/06/25 |

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