faucet

Part of speech: noun

A spout with a valve, for drawing liquids through a pipe.

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Usage examples "faucet":

  1. Most of the water ran out before he could get it plugged up and put a faucet in the bottom of it. - "The-Life-of-Me-an-autobiography", Johnson, Clarence Edgar.
  2. The faucet was already a marvel of brightness; but perhaps Susan could not see that. - "Dawn", Eleanor H. Porter.
  3. Damn near drowned in a lake of blood from a water faucet. - "The Telenizer", Don Thompson.