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  • noun Plural form of outpouring.

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Examples

  • The Golden Dozen outpourings from the Lib Dem blogosphere are available for your reading delight over at Lib Dem Voice.

    14 not out

  • The Golden Dozen outpourings from the Lib Dem blogosphere are available for your reading delight over at Lib Dem Voice.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • By bringing together hundreds of thousands nationwide in outpourings of many sizes which become the lead story in small towns and large cities on the news that night, this day will give heart and inspiration to millions of others who are looking for a way to stop this direction and will very quickly draw them into an organized resistance.

    Think Progress » Right-Wing House Twists Arms, Thwarts Democracy To Pass Oil Industy Windfall

  • I have sometimes received letters from such persons which, with the best will in the world, I could only classify as the outpourings of an illiterate moron.

    Dumbing down in creative writing

  • I have sometimes received letters from such persons which, with the best will in the world, I could only classify as the outpourings of an illiterate moron.

    October 2004

  • I have sometimes received letters from such persons which, with the best will in the world, I could only classify as the outpourings of an illiterate moron.

    Archive 2004-10-01

  • Peter L. February 19th, 2009 2: 33pm phil - given that you seem to accept you are too dim to comprehend my "outpourings" then it is extraordinary how you now declaim that I have proven myself a "fool".

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • There is a passage in the gallery's excellent accompanying film about the show when, describing the kind of outpourings of emotion that occur when the sculptures are taken out for their annual parade,

    The Guardian World News

  • There is a passage in the gallery's excellent accompanying film about the show when, describing the kind of outpourings of emotion that occur when the sculptures are taken out for their annual parade,

    The Guardian World News

  • Spero recycled the anguished outpourings by the poet Antonin Artaud: terrified recollections of electric shock therapy, crazed railings against God and the universe, delirious streams of obscene "fecal poetry".

    Nancy Spero: no pity

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