Definitions

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  • verb To pour an excessive amount.
  • verb To pour on top of something else.

Etymologies

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over- +‎ pour

Examples

  • Then, it's just a matter of pouring the overpour at a cool enough temperature so that it doesn't melt the little hearts.

    Happy Valentine's Day!

  • It's $19.95 and also comes with cool tools that allow you to scrape away any overpour so even if you do miss the lines, you can carve the extra soap away so your lines look perfect.

    Make this Cute Knitting Soap

  • The rubbing alcohol ensures that the pieces will adhere nicely to your overpour.

    Candy Swirl Soap - Part Three

  • The soap on the left utilizes the same method as the clear Celebration Soap but uses a white overpour instead.

    More Celebration Soap Options

  • For clean-cut soap lines, make sure the soap is not steaming when you pour the overpour.

    Word Bars!

  • For clean-cut soap lines, make sure the soap is not steaming when you pour the overpour.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • As you can see in the photo below, the overpour soap did not adhere well to the embedded squares.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • As you can see in the photo below, the overpour soap did not adhere well to the embedded squares.

    Pan Soap Bars

  • How an overpour could cost them money with the price of their drinks is beyond me.

    Restaurant Hours May Curb "Oldest Profession"

  • I've tried it two times since, both with nothing but great things to say except for maybe how low they pour a vodka martini -- to the exact once with an overpour price tag.

    Restaurant Hours May Curb "Oldest Profession"

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