geyser

Part of speech: noun

A hot spring from which water or mud is ejected.

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Usage examples "geyser":

  1. Benny, by the way, is a gushing geyser of current Blaisdell data which, I foresee, I shall find interesting, but embarrassing, perhaps, at times. - "Oh, Money! Money!", Eleanor Hodgman Porter.
  2. Heartily enjoying a row, he stopped instantly, and signing a halt to his followers, stood listening to the mud geyser that now burst from Mrs Catanach's throat. - "Malcolm", George MacDonald.
  3. The man was transformed, now that he understood; he became a geyser of eloquence. - "The Iron Trail", Rex Beach.