geyser definition

  • noun:
    • A natural hot spring that intermittently ejects a column of water and steam to the environment.
    • Chiefly British A gas-operated hot-water heater.
    • A natural hot springtime that intermittently ejects a column of water and steam in to the environment.
    • A boiling all-natural springtime which throws forth at regular periods jets of water, mud etc., driven up by the expansive energy of vapor.
    • Chiefly British A gas-operated hot-water heater.
    • An instantaneous, and frequently dangerous, heated water heater utilizing hot steam.
    • A boiling natural springtime which throws forth at regular intervals jets of water, dirt etc., driven up because of the expansive power of steam.
    • A domestic water boiler.
    • An instantaneous, and sometimes dangerous, warm water heater making use of hot vapor.
    • A boiling springtime which throws forth at regular periods jets of liquid, dirt, etc., driven up because of the expansive energy of steam.
    • A domestic liquid boiler.
    • A spouting hot spring; a hot spring which projects water, either occasionally or irregularly, for some level floating around.
    • A boiling springtime which throws forth at regular periods jets of water, dirt, etc., driven up because of the expansive energy of vapor.
    • A natural hot springtime that intermittently ejects a column of water and steam to the environment.
    • A spouting hot springtime; a hot springtime which projects liquid, either periodically or irregularly, for some height floating around.
    • A gas-burning device attached with a bath for the intended purpose of heating water the bath.
    • Chiefly British A gas-operated hot-water heater.
    • A gas-burning device attached to a bath for the purpose of warming water the bath.
    • A boiling normal spring which throws forth at regular intervals jets of liquid, dirt etc., driven up because of the expansive energy of vapor.
    • a spring that discharges hot-water and steam
    • An instantaneous, and often dangerous, heated water heater using hot steam.
    • A domestic water boiler.
    • a spring that discharges hot water and steam
    • A boiling spring which throws forth at frequent periods jets of liquid, dirt, etc., driven up by the expansive power of steam.
    • A spouting hot spring; a hot springtime which projects liquid, either sporadically or irregularly, for some height floating around.
    • A gas-burning apparatus attached to a bath for the intended purpose of heating liquid when it comes to shower.
    • a spring that discharges heated water and vapor
    • an all-natural hot spring that intermittently ejects a column of water and steam in to the environment.
    • Chiefly British A gas-operated hot-water heater.
    • A boiling all-natural spring which tosses forth at frequent intervals jets of water, dirt etc., driven up by the expansive energy of vapor.
    • An instantaneous, and sometimes dangerous, heated water heater utilizing hot steam.
    • an all natural hot springtime that intermittently ejects a column of water and steam to the atmosphere.
    • Chiefly British A gas-operated hot-water heater.
    • A boiling normal springtime which tosses forth at regular intervals jets of water, mud etc., driven up by the expansive power of vapor.
    • An instantaneous, and frequently dangerous, warm water heater making use of hot steam.
    • A domestic liquid boiler.
    • A domestic liquid boiler.
    • A boiling springtime which tosses forth at regular intervals jets of liquid, mud, etc., driven up by the expansive power of steam.
    • A boiling spring which tosses forth at frequent periods jets of liquid, mud, etc., driven up because of the expansive energy of steam.
    • A spouting hot spring; a hot spring which projects water, either sporadically or irregularly, to some level floating around.
    • A spouting hot springtime; a hot spring which projects water, either periodically or irregularly, to some height in the air.
    • A gas-burning device attached to a bath for the true purpose of warming water for shower.
    • A gas-burning apparatus attached with a bath for the intended purpose of warming liquid for the shower.
    • a spring that discharges hot water and steam
    • a spring that discharges hot water and steam
    • an all natural hot springtime that intermittently ejects a column of liquid and steam into the environment.
    • Chiefly British A gas-operated hot-water heater.
    • an all-natural hot spring that intermittently ejects a column of water and vapor to the air.
    • A boiling natural springtime which tosses forth at regular intervals jets of liquid, dirt etc., driven up by the expansive power of vapor.
    • Chiefly British A gas-operated hot-water heater.
    • An instantaneous, and often dangerous, warm water heater making use of hot steam.
    • A domestic water boiler.
    • A boiling springtime which throws forth at frequent intervals jets of water, dirt, etc., driven up because of the expansive power of steam.
    • A boiling normal springtime which throws forth at frequent intervals jets of liquid, dirt etc., driven up by the expansive power of vapor.
    • A spouting hot springtime; a hot springtime which projects water, either sporadically or irregularly, to some level floating around.
    • An instantaneous, and often dangerous, hot-water heater using hot vapor.
    • an all natural hot springtime that intermittently ejects a column of liquid and steam into the air.
    • A gas-burning apparatus attached to a bath for the true purpose of warming liquid when it comes to shower.
    • A domestic water boiler.
    • Chiefly British A gas-operated hot-water heater.
    • A boiling springtime which throws forth at regular periods jets of water, dirt, etc., driven up because of the expansive power of steam.
    • a spring that discharges hot water and steam
    • A boiling natural spring which throws forth at regular intervals jets of liquid, dirt etc., driven up because of the expansive energy of vapor.
    • A spouting hot spring; a hot spring which projects water, either periodically or irregularly, for some height floating around.
    • An instantaneous, and often dangerous, warm water heater making use of hot vapor.
    • A gas-burning equipment attached with a bath for the intended purpose of warming liquid the bathtub.
    • A domestic liquid boiler.
    • a spring that discharges hot-water and steam
    • A boiling spring which throws forth at frequent intervals jets of liquid, mud, etc., driven up by the expansive energy of vapor.
    • A spouting hot springtime; a hot spring which projects water, either occasionally or irregularly, to some level in the air.
    • A gas-burning device mounted on a bath for the true purpose of heating liquid when it comes to shower.
    • a spring that discharges warm water and vapor
  • verb:
    • to overflow like a geyser
    • to overflow like a geyser
    • to overflow like a geyser
    • to overflow like a geyser
    • to overflow like a geyser
    • to overflow like a geyser
    • to overflow like a geyser
    • to overflow like a geyser

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