Noun(1) a plug for a bunghole in a cask(2) a regulator for controlling the flow of a liquid from a reservoir
(1) He cannot stop the fountain's spigot from running.(2) State spending surged 17.4%, but the bull market-induced revenue spigot ran dry.(3) The liquid entrance to the spigot is placed well back on the shaft.(4) But David hooked up a hose to his air conditioner spigot and ran the water out to his garden.(5) The children, ever resilient, laughed and drank deeply from the truck's spigot .(6) He ran a 1/2-inch-diameter feeder line from a spigot outside his house to the closest gutter downspout.(7) But even this was not enough, and now this liquidity spigot is running dry.(8) When a doctor suggests implanting a ├ö├ç├┐shunt├ö├ç├û to ease future operations, the patient is reluctant to have a spigot installed in his head.(9) In the base of each is a drain, and below that a common coffee urn spigot .(10) Hank had hooked up some hoses together using a spigot on the far side of the barn.(11) The five-pound bags are packed by hand and the 250-pound bags are filled by pump or spigot and packed in plastic tubs.(12) And how confident are you that at this point that spigot , as you have characterized it, has been shut off?(13) Turning off the Chinese credit spigot , therefore, is certainly not desirable - at least not until after November 4th.(14) The time before that, they left the water cooler spigot turned on and flooded the waiting room.(15) The spigot stem had an annular cutting edge to cut a cylindrical plug out of the bung or stopper by twisting the spigot .(16) Control over the world's oil spigot is one way to achieve this.
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Different Formsspigot, spigots
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