outpour

[ noun out-pawr, -pohr; verb out-pawr, -pohr ]
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Tears had come to Angelique, yet she continued to outpour her heart.

Caruthers bowed his head under the outpour of this compliment.

She wanted to outpour psalms of gratitude, and also she wanted to curse.

She sobbed on desperately; then the outpour lessened, and she became quieter.

But the Raven, sitting lonely on that placid bust, spoke only That one word, as if his soul in that one word he did outpour.

The great matter is to reveal and outpour the God-like suggestions pressing for birth in the soul.

Outpour′; Outpour′er; Out′pouring, a pouring out: an abundant supply.

And when this coming man does come, who shall estimate the untold treasures he will here unlock and outpour upon the world!

She threw herself on the sofa as she spoke, and gave vent to an outpour of spiteful tears.

How joyously they outpour from over-flowing little throats their God-given melodies of love and gladness!

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