- v. Simple past tense and past participle of pore.
“We now have every contentious call pored over and dissected for a week or more.”
“Margot pored through the thick brochure three times without finding anything to her liking and within her budget.”
“A reader recently alerted me to this shoe's existence, and though I've pored over the description that's "pored" and not "poured," which is what you do with impunity and awesome sauce and while it does have some bike-specific features I haven't been able to figure out what's "fixie" about it:”
“One morning after breakfast, when the sun shone bright, we walked out together, and 'pored' for some time with placid indolence upon an artificial water-fall, which Dr. Taylor had made by building a strong dyke of stone across the river behind the garden.”
“That stopped the conversation for some time as Deng and his aides pored over the charts.”
“I am glad I live in a country that can pleasantly disgaree without the hate I read on these blogs and without the fearmongering and money pored into ads and campaigns.”
“As Milo pored over where else the dolls took up residence, he heard a low voice from somewhere behind him, three rooms over.”
“This footage will be pored over in the morning, with police tactics once again under scrutiny.”
“After finishing the conversation, she pored through pages worth of contacts inscribed in the joint phone book—Collins, Clarey—many of whom she'd lost contact with, or only Aaron had ever really known.”
“He found more than 300 privately owned parcels within national wilderness areas and pored over maps and photos to find the most desirable lots for fishing, hunting and building.”
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