- v. present participle of pour.
- n. The act by which something is poured.
- adj. flowing profusely
“We should have figured something was amiss when, after getting back on the highway, the coolant started again pouring from the heater onto the floor, but faster than I could soak it up.”
“Even those of us who have other labels which make us pitchforks-and-torches targets -- dykes, fags, Jews, crips, poor and not upwardly mobile -- have had a jolt, seeing how much crazy is pouring from the seams.”
“The Tories seem intent in pouring in the resources, both financially and logistically, to facilitate the necessary changes - but there are two imponderables which they cannot influence solely with money and think-tanks:”
“Jindal and officials from several coastal parishes say the berms would close the door on oil still pouring from a mile-deep gusher about 50 miles out in the Gulf.”
“While she was suffering so horribly and being so put out my crew was pouring cement in pouring rain until 9: 15 at night so that we would have work for the following day.”
“When SS tax revenue started pouring from the SS Act of 1935, Congress immediately increased spending to consume it.”
“I hunted with a buddy this past fall in pouring rain, less than 30 degree temps and 30+ mph winds.”
“Genevieve was aware only of the diatribe; she knew a flood of abuse was pouring from the lips of the Jewess, but she was too stunned to hear the details of the abuse.”
“RAZ: But if you were to all of a sudden begin pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into the economy, how sure are you that it would have a rapid, clear impact?”
“On May 2, with rain pouring down and the nearby Cumberland River rising, a team worked to move valuables to higher elevations.”
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