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  • v. Present participle of overpour.

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Examples

  • "Detergent 'overpouring' creates a high, foamy tide inside the machine, lifting soil and lint above the water so it isn't rinsed away.

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  • The offer of freshly ground pepper doesn't irritate me at all, nor does overpouring (I say bring it on!).

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  • She was overpouring with love, it flowed from her eyes as she looked up at him.

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  • 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.

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  • “No way,” Audrey said, overpouring Minty’s coffee.

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