from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A force-pump fitted with a short length of hose for drawing a liquid from a small tank or from a barrel and sending it in a fine spray over plants and trees. Small pumps are made in many forms and are operated by hand; larger pumps for spraying fruit-trees or field crops are mounted on wheels and may be operated by some form of motor.
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