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- n. Plural form of sour.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sour.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Source. See source.
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Even though the name sours on my tongue, I say, “God says so.”
That sounds very civilized (provided no one drinks way too many amaretto sours, that is!).
If anything, crime – and the demand for sufficient law enforcement – is more likely to increase when the economy sours, which is also when public revenues dip.
A shower that purifies the atmosphere, and refreshes the face of heaven itself, sours cream, just as love's sweetest expression sours these men.
All about relationship and what happens when it 'sours'.
But the reception issue kind of sours the whole deal.
She taught them how to make "blow-bags" out of the thick leaves of the "live-forever" that flourished in the old Bailey garden, she initiated them into the toothsome qualities of the "sours" that grew in the niches of the graveyard dyke, and she could make the most wonderful shadow pictures on the walls with her long, flexible fingers.
Timothy roots quite ousted "sours" and young raspberry sprouts, both of which had the real merit of being quite toothsome, while timothy roots were tough and tasteless.
Sen. Chuck Grassley (Iowa), the only Republican to vote for Democratic legislation regulating derivatives, said the tactic "sours" the mood of the Sen.te.
All-Star experience 'sours' Angels 'Brian Fuentes - Los Angeles Times
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