spurt out

spurt something out

to eject something in a stream. The octopus spurted its ink out as the scuba diver approached it. It spurted out all its ink.
See also: out

spurt out (of someone or something)

 and spurt (out) (from someone or something)
to squirt out of someone or something; to erupt in a stream out of someone or something. Hot lava spurted out of the volcano. Hot lava spurted out from the volcano. The blood spurted out from Walter where he had been slashed. Blood spurted from the wound. The fountain had a carved fish with water spurting from its mouth.
See also: out
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Q WHEN I give my partner an orgasm by hand his semen doesn't spurt out - it sort of oozes.
In another basin, set on the floor, jets of coffee spurt out from the center, sometimes in a rotating motion.
Q WHEN I am playing with my partner and give him an orgasm by hand his semen doesn't spurt out - it sort of oozes.