Examples of spigot in a Sentence
the spigot on a beer keg
Hook the hose up to the spigot behind the house.
Recent Examples of spigot from the Web
Most of its borrowers are companies owned by private-equity firms, offering a spigot of repeat business.
But Republicans start out with several structural advantages: gerrymandered districts that strongly favor in the GOP in states like Ohio, plus the power of incumbency and the fundraising spigot that opens.
Crucial to Panther Island staying on track is making sure the money spigot isn’t cut off.
But the government’s influence over the media goes well beyond the advertising spigot, with officials sometimes resorting to outright bribery.
The Republican National Committee, which had stopped fund-raising for Moore, turned the money spigot back on.
Norway’s Energy Minister ‘not that concerned’ with peak demand OPEC cuts are working as oil market is rebalancing: Soviknes The renewable energy revolution doesn’t scare the man overseeing western Europe’s biggest crude oil spigot.
By last year, amid tensions between Cairo and Riyadh, that spigot dried up, too.
Many sanction experts are looking to that ability as a key instrument for turning off Pyongyang’s cash spigot.
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Origin and Etymology of spigot
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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