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- n. an object used for spraying, e.g. a spray bottle
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One that sprays; any instrument for vaporizing and spraying liquids.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which discharges spray; specifically, one of a large class of machines for applying liquid insecticides or fungicides to plants, consisting of a pneumatic or hydraulic force-pump and a suitable reservoir and discharge-nozle or spray-tip.
- n. A device or apparatus for making into a fine mist or spray the particles of liquid fuel which are to forma hydrocarbon vapor to be burned in internal-combustion motors.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a worker who applies spray to a surface
- n. a dispenser that turns a liquid (such as perfume) into a fine mist
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Then, use the hand sprayer from the sink to blast out the (now softened) leftover bits of icing.
Four of the company's sprayer ranges are now produced with the necessary infrastructure to operate the system - the UF mounted and UG and UX trailed sprayers, as well as the SX self-propelled sprayer which is not currently available in Britain.
I'm looking for a pull out spray faucet that has some pressure behind it when you change it to the "sprayer" function.
He, uh, he tried to plant his fescue there with a damn—I mean darn insecticide sprayer, when he should have been using a seed planter.
An assistant was washing the body of an old woman with what looked like an industrial-grade vegetable sprayer.
With at least three hailstorms, relentless humidity and warm, soggy conditions, this was not the season to have your sprayer break down.
Wagner paint crew airless paint sprayer NEVER USED
The dozen pictures she had shot during a recent bath time -- including a few of Nora rinsing with a handheld shower sprayer -- were, for Cynthia, simply part of the vast photographic record she was keeping of her family's life.
A soft brush is the best applicator, but it sounds like you used a sprayer of some sort.
If there is still some left, you can try a vise grip or pliers to remove the sprayer.