spout out

spout something out

1. Lit. to exude a liquid. The hose spouted the cooling water out all over the children. It spouted out cooling water.
2. Fig. to blurt something out; to speak out suddenly, revealing some important piece of information. She spouted the name of the secret agent out under the effects of the drug. She spouted out everything we wanted to know.
See also: out, spout
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Through experiments such as this, the process by which droplets spout out material becomes better understood, says James N.
I do not expect commentators to spout out such jargon, but it is not too much to ask them to explain in simple terms that the bleeding is a result of damage in the lungs from excessive breathing and not a bloody nose.