Definition of spate:
Synonyms for spate:
loads, push-down stack, agglomerate, softwood, pot, domino effect, oodles, clutch, sheaf, boot, stilt, cumulus, string, train, corporation, push-down list, downpour, boatload, mint, truckload, grass, gobs, bundle, sens, Niagara, the great unwashed, trade, efflux, quantity, bunch, alluvion, hole, freshet, stool, hundred, deluge, potbelly, flux, nap, jalopy, pattern, atomic reactor, throne, draw, mess, potty, mountain, torrent, band, sight, commode, yard, plentifulness, move, set, cud, masses, crapper, hurry, plentitude, bay window, flock, smoke, bulk, gush, visual sense, chaw, fix, muss, dozen, kick, plenteousness, vision, messiness, mount, circumstances, bushel, store, good deal, fistful, volume, big, fold, can, bargain, rushing, circle, wad, plug, destiny, surge, push-down storage, quite a little, process, survey, spile, barrel, mickle, haste, drift, sess, flood, tidy sum, mussiness, atomic pile, tummy, inundation, quid, smokestack, fate, shipload, whole lot, raft, visual modality, down, troop, weed, bang, cataract, flow, flowerpot, whole slew, rash, wealth, luck, locoweed, batch, voltaic pile, lot, fortune, business deal, kitty, potentiometer, big bucks, galvanic pile, slew, bus, mint candy, hoi polloi, multitude, muckle, megabucks, green goddess, people, view, current, plateful, heap, tide, piling, chain reaction, mass, chain reactor, skunk, basketful, hatful, hand, potful, plenty, rush, kettle of fish, pickle, line, myriad, scads, outpour, bath, upsurge, chunk, peck, mound, avalanche, flood tide, cataclysm, deal, gage, billow, pile, jam, chew, overflow, flush, multiplicity, thrill, ton, abundance, portion, dope, carload, big money, stack, lashings, bucket, pack, cumulation, mess hall, passel, toilet, push-down store, plenitude, proceedings, much, profusion, outflow, ken, caboodle, great deal, reams, jackpot, charge, muddle, outpouring, stream.
For an instant two bright sword blades crossed in the air, and then the black horse plunged riderless into the grey spate of smoke that the wind was bearing westwards, and a groan as of despair fell on my ears.- "The Chevalier d'Auriac", S. (Sidney) Levett-Yeats.
- "In a Little Town", Rupert Hughes.
- "Underground", Suelette Dreyfus.