Examples of spillage in a Sentence
The design of this travel mug helps prevent spillage.
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Although there was no spillage of beer involved, Tuesday’s situation did leave behind a bit of a problem for the clean up crews.
There was no spillage and there appears to be no damage to the train, according to representatives of Sierra Northern Railway, the train operator.
Along with repairs to existing dikes around the basin to prevent spillage, an eight-mile dam was constructed just south of the Syr Darya River.
Dalay Parrondo, Hannah Bettes, and Ji Young Chae were the vivacious, good-time Gypsies and special friends of the Montague boys, scooping up the spillage when two fruit carts collided and staring down the disdainful Tybalt.
Even for the lowest-impact of activities, the squeezing, stiffness, and spillage of an ill-fitting bra can throw off your flow.
If a pipe freezes and breaks, the spillage is limited only to the water in the pipe.
The maximum potential spillage could be 4,200 gallons, the Coast Guard said.
The sauce comes in a container with a tear-off top, which is mostly fine, except that the container is flimsy, which can result in spillage—which, however Special the Special Garlic Dipping Sauce may be, is a decidedly suboptimal situation.
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Definition of spillage for English Language Learners
: an occurrence in which something is spilled accidentally
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