- v. present participle of pore.
“Maybe I’ve missed it in poring over the Pathfinder RPG and Bestiary, but despite there being random encounter tables, I can find no place where they assign a chance of a random encounter happening.”
“I recall poring over that book during long evenings.”
“Wales recalls poring through the old and new versions and attaching the stickers while analyzing each advancement in fields like space exploration.”
“She grew up with an interest in western art, and recalls poring over tiny reproductions of old masters printed at the back of her Larousse dictionary.”
“Can I tell Miss Snark exactly how happy it makes me that she says "poring" over the blog rather than "pouring" over it, an unfortunate error I have seen not just in online correspondance, but in newspapers, books, and supposedly literary magazines.”
“I think, considering Miss Snark's stated fondness for the gin pail, that both 'poring' and 'pouring' over the slush pile would apply.”
“Each "poring" o'er ledgers that wouldn't come straight,”
“She went to work with a will that day, and every time Dorothy glanced over at her (for Dorothy was as anxious for her success as if it were entirely her own affair) she would see Tavia "poring" over her book as if her very life depended upon her accomplishing just so much work and she was bound she would do it.”
“Because, if it relates to the inspection thereof, the word is 'poring'.”
“The benefits should be fairly obvious: This reduces the need for data entry and attendant human error, as well as freeing employees to focus on higher level tasks, such as poring over their March Madness brackets.”
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