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Synonyms for spill

Synonyms for spill

to grow or spread in a disorderly or planless fashion

to come to the ground suddenly and involuntarily

a sudden involuntary drop to the ground

Synonyms for spill

liquid that is spilled

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a channel that carries excess water over or around a dam or other obstruction

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the act of allowing a fluid to escape

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a sudden drop from an upright position

cause or allow (a liquid substance) to run or flow from a container

flow, run or fall out and become lost

cause or allow (a solid substance) to flow or run out or over

pour out in drops or small quantities or as if in drops or small quantities

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reduce the pressure of wind on (a sail)

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He said the thief may have spilled blood when he broke the glass.
It's the start of the bullfighting season, not something pot-head Camara loves, but when the spilled blood is human he can't help but intervene.
Even in its last leg, the Blueline spilled blood on the roads.
Anti-gunners dance in the spilled blood of murder victims to advance their political agenda.
We must keep in mind that objectors to the release of prisoners who spilled blood ignore a fact that apparently has no significance for them, adopting a self-righteous attitude and completely disregarding reality.
ANDY MURRAY spilled blood and sweat - but unlike so many British tennis players, there were no tears as he roared to the first grass-court final of his career.
Throw some unrestrained hotheads into the mix, plus some more determined on direct action, add some nervous and possibly overwhelmed guardians of law, order and authority, season with some herd instinct, and the recipe is there for spilled blood - as was seen yesterday, particularly at the Royal Bank of Scotland branch in the City.
Chapter 4, "Pollution and Homicide," addresses the perception in biblical and Mesopotamian texts that spilled blood had a concrete existence that posed a threat either to the killer (according to the Mesopotamian documents) or to the entire nation or land of Israel (according to the biblical texts).
Police believe the criminal gangs no longer have the ability to continue the tit-for-tat war that spilled blood on the streets of Birmingham now that the backbone had been taken out.
To get to this point, they've spilled blood and body parts on that field.
He took us to many of the famous historic sights: Church on Spilled Blood, St.
During the next three hours they dragged her into dark alleyways and took her into the toilets of Burger King in Newcastle where they punched her until her nose burst open and spilled blood.
Former ice hockey goalie Councillor Bob Smith said: 'I've spilled blood, sweat and tears on this ice and I support the rink without reservation.
Because with Emmett Till's and Medgar Evers's freshly spilled blood covering Mississippi in the 1950s and 60s, WLBT-TV would deliberately blot out any coverage of the Civil Rights Movement, while letting the local White Citizens Council have a television slot.