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  • 81be up the spout — be/go up the ˈspout f8 idiom (BrE, slang) to be/go wrong; to be spoilt or not working • Well, that s my holiday plans gone up the spout! Main entry: ↑ …

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  • 82go up the spout — be/go up the ˈspout f8 idiom (BrE, slang) to be/go wrong; to be spoilt or not working • Well, that s my holiday plans gone up the spout! Main entry: ↑ …

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  • 83Land spout — Land Land, n. [AS. land, lond; akin to D., G., Icel., Sw., Dan., and Goth. land. ] 1. The solid part of the surface of the earth; opposed to water as constituting a part of such surface, especially to oceans and seas; as, to sight land after a… …

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  • 84Lydden Spout Battery — is a World War II coastal defence battery built in 1941 west of Dover. Originally armed with three 6 inch Mark VII naval guns on Mark V mountings, later upgraded to Mark XXIV guns on the same mountings. Fan Bay Battery to the east of Dover is… …

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  • 85eave spout — Chiefly New Eng. waterspout (def. 1). Also, eaves spout. [1885 90, Amer.] * * * …

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  • 86Corrie Spout — is a waterfall of Scotland.[1] See also Waterfalls of Scotland References ^ Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 scale Explorer map series, sheets 309 470 Coordinates …

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  • 87Dualt Spout — is a waterfall of Scotland.[1] See also Waterfalls of Scotland References ^ Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 scale Explorer map series, sheets 309 470 Coordinates …

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  • 88Murnoch Spout — is a waterfall of Scotland.[1] See also Waterfalls of Scotland References ^ Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 scale Explorer map series, sheets 309 470 Coordinates …

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  • 89be up the spout — (UK)    If a woman is up the spout, she is pregnant.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …

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  • 90up the spout — (UK)    If something has gone up the spout, it has gone wrong or been ruined.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …

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  • 91be up the spout — British, informal to be pregnant. His sister s only just turned sixteen and she s up the spout …

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  • 92up the spout — British informal 1) used for talking about something that is wrong, spoiled, or has no chance of succeeding Now all our plans are up the spout. 2) old fashioned pregnant …

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  • 93Be up the spout —   (UK)   If a woman is up the spout, she is pregnant …

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  • 94Up the spout —   (UK)   If something has gone up the spout, it has gone wrong or been ruined …

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  • 95down|spout — «DOWN SPOWT», noun. a pipe that carries rain water from a roof to the ground or to a sewer or drain; drainspout …

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  • 96drain|spout — «DRAYN SPOWT», noun. = downspout. (Cf. ↑downspout) …

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  • 97land|spout — «LAND SPOWT», noun. a funnel shaped cloud resembling a waterspout but occurring on land. A landspout may be produced by certain severe whirling storms of small extent …

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  • 98sand|spout — «SAND SPOWT», noun. a pillar of sand similar to a waterspout, produced by a whirlwind, as on a desert …

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  • 99wa|ter|spout — «WT uhr SPOWT, WOT », noun. 1. a pipe that takes away or spouts water, especially one used to drain water from a roof. 2. a rapidly spinning column or cone of mist, spray, and water, produced by the action of a whirlwind over the ocean or a large …

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  • 100Up the spout — 1. ruined; lost; 2. pawned; 3. pregnant …

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