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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.

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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It's all become so frustrating that United legend Bob Moncur, normally the most conservative of spouters, was moved to come out with the classic "man on the moon but no man in Toon" quote.
Many readers will remember when the area in front of St Martin's featured street entertainers (such as escapologists) - a tradition going back to medieval times - charity collectors, petitioners, anti-war and anti-apartheid activists (usually supported by Cannon Peter Hall), religious singers and spouters, theatre groups, various rallies, and, well into the Sixties, soap-box operators on Sunday evenings.
Some characters are mere spouters of politics; much of the violence is gratuitous; and the philosophizing "interrupt[s] the smooth flow of fantasy" (Los Angeles Times).