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- v. Present participle of overpour.
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"Detergent 'overpouring' creates a high, foamy tide inside the machine, lifting soil and lint above the water so it isn't rinsed away.
The offer of freshly ground pepper doesn't irritate me at all, nor does overpouring (I say bring it on!).
She was overpouring with love, it flowed from her eyes as she looked up at him.
Meanwhile the altar is in preparation – an arrangement of stakes, covered with things combustible, dry faggots, and leaves which blush red for shame at the uses to which men put them; the silken hemp and the fibre of the cocoanut, with an overpouring of oil and butter.
“No way,” Audrey said, overpouring Minty’s coffee.