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Meanings of Spotlighter:

noun

A person who hunts game, especially deer, at night by using a spotlight to illuminate or dazzle the hunted animal; a person who engages in spotlighting.

Spotlights

ˈspɒt.laɪt

Meanings of Spotlights:

noun

A lamp projecting a narrow, intense beam of light directly on to a place or person, especially a performer on stage.

Usage examples:

When the stage is dimmed, spotlights are used to create a tight arc of light in which roberts and c…
verb

Illuminate with a spotlight.

Usage examples:

The dancers are spotlighted from time to time throughout the evening

Meanings of Spots:

noun

A small round or roundish mark, differing in colour or texture from the surface around it.

Usage examples:

Ladybirds have black spots on their red wing covers
verb

Short for spotlight.

Meanings of Spotsman:

noun

A person hired by smugglers to fill any of various roles in a smuggling operation; specifically (a) a person who selects a good landing point for an incoming smuggling vessel; (b) a person who acts as a lookout, especially one who signals whether it is safe for incoming boats to land.

Meanings of Spotsmen:

noun

A person hired by smugglers to fill any of various roles in a smuggling operation; specifically (a) a person who selects a good landing point for an incoming smuggling vessel; (b) a person who acts as a lookout, especially one who signals whether it is safe for incoming boats to land.

Spotter

ˈspɒt.ər

Meanings of Spotter:

noun

A person who looks for or observes a particular thing as a hobby or job.

Usage examples:

Plane-spotters

Spotters

ˈspɒt.ər

Meanings of Spotters:

noun

A person who looks for or observes a particular thing as a hobby or job.

Usage examples:

Plane-spotters

Spottier

ˈspɒti

Meanings of Spottier:

adjective

Marked with spots.

Usage examples:

A spotty purple flower

Spottiest

ˈspɒt.i

Meanings of Spottiest:

adjective

Marked with spots.

Usage examples:

A spotty purple flower

Spotting

-spɒt.ɪŋ

Meanings of Spotting:

verb

See, notice, or recognize (someone or something) that is difficult to detect or that one is searching for.

Usage examples:

Andrew spotted the advert in the paper
noun

A small round or roundish mark, differing in colour or texture from the surface around it.

Usage examples:

Ladybirds have black spots on their red wing covers
suffix

Used to refer to the activity or job of noticing people or things of the type mentioned

Usage examples:

There might be an opportunity for some celebrity spotting., talent-spotting

Meanings of Spottle:

verb

To spot or spatter thickly; to splash.

Meanings of Spotty:

adjective

Marked with spots.

Usage examples:

A spotty purple flower

Meanings of Spousage:

noun

The fact or state of being married; wedlock. also occasionally figurative, especially with reference to the idea of symbolic marriage to god or christ.

Spousal

ˈspaʊz(ə)l

Meanings of Spousal:

adjective

Relating to marriage or to a husband or wife.

Usage examples:

The spousal benefits of married couples
plural noun

A celebration of marriage or engagement.

Meanings of Spousally:

adverb

By espousal or marriage; as or in the manner of a spouse; by a spouse.

Spouse

spaʊs

Meanings of Spouse:

noun

A husband or wife, considered in relation to their partner.

Usage examples:

Communication is the key to understanding your spouse, partner, or significant other

A person's partner in marriage

Meanings of Spoused:

adjective

Married, wedded; joined in marriage; given as a spouse (literal and figurative).

noun

Originally: †a married person; a person to whom someone is married or (occasionally) has been given as a spouse (obsolete). later (with the and plural agreement): married people.

Meanings of Spousehood:

noun

The state or fact of being a spouse, or of being married; matrimony, marriage; wedlock.

Meanings of Spouseless:

adjective

Of a person: having no spouse; bereaved or deprived of a spouse.

Meanings of Spousing:

noun

The action of "spouse"; marriage, matrimony, wedlock; betrothal, engagement.

Meanings of Spout:

noun

A tube or lip projecting from a container, through which liquid can be poured.

Usage examples:

A teapot with a chipped spout
verb

Send out (liquid) forcibly in a stream.

Usage examples:

Volcanoes spouted ash and lava

Spout-to

spaʊt

Meanings of Spout-to:

verb

To send out liquid or flames quickly and with force, or of liquid or flame to flow quickly

Usage examples:

[ t ] the volcano spouted flames and red-hot rocks., [ t ] the man was spouting nonsense about peop…

Spouted

spaʊt

Meanings of Spouted:

adjective

(of a container) having a tube or lip through which liquid can be poured.

Usage examples:

Spouted teapots
verb

Send out (liquid) forcibly in a stream.

Usage examples:

Volcanoes spouted ash and lava

Meanings of Spouts:

noun

A tube or lip projecting from a container, through which liquid can be poured.

Usage examples:

A teapot with a chipped spout
verb

Send out (liquid) forcibly in a stream.

Usage examples:

Volcanoes spouted ash and lava

Meanings of Spouty:

adjective

Given to spouting or discharging water; specifically (of land) poorly drained or waterlogged.

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