Spout

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Spout

A short channel or tube used to spill stormwater from gullies, balconies, or exterior galleries, so that the water will fall clear of the building; a gargoyle.
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spout

A short channel or tube used to spill storm water from gutters, balconies, exterior galleries, etc., so that the water will fall clear of the building. Also see gargoyle.
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