pour

All Noun Verb
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  • Info Pour is a term used in various contexts.
  • He poured out his heart on the mountain, and turned towards the work.
  • Letters began to pour in for her from all over the country.
  • Orders for his new car began to pour into his company.
  • The response was so positive that offers to play began to pour in.
  • With multiple forms, the entire floor of a building can be done in a single pour.
  • Thus they pay for their crimes without having to pour their blood.
  • He also used to pour his heart to her before, she reveals.
  • Usually they are either poured in place or formed either on or off site and then moved into place.
  • There is a fight and the police pour into the room.
  • The new chapel design features large, clear windows to allow natural light to pour into the room.
  • Then two weeks later, another police officer poured acid on her car.
  • A boy was using a shell to pour sea water into a little hole.
  • He gives you reason, but he pours not knowledge into your mind. Cited from Aurelian, by William Ware
  • The staff then pours into our student leaders who then pour into campus.
  • Money was pouring out for everything but little was coming back in.
  • The day quickly became a city triumph when rain came pouring down during their performance.
  • At the end of the evening, he would take her home and "pour" her into bed.
  • Russian troops pouring into the town were able to save some of these victims.
  • Never having attended college he did however pour himself into his passion for all things equestrian.
  • Each year, hundreds of hours of student time are poured into creating this one special day.
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Meaning of pour

  • verb Cause to run
    pour water over the floor
  • verb Move in large numbers
    people were pouring out of the theater, beggars pullulated in the plaza
  • verb Flow in a spurt
    Water poured all over the floor
  • verb Supply in large amounts or quantities
    We poured money into the education of our children
  • verb Rain heavily
    Put on your rain coat-- it's pouring outside!