outpourings

[ out-pawr-ing, -pohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF outpourings
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUTPOURINGS

Through what outpourings of oratory he had sat or stood, in his almost ten years!

You will want the chief of these outpourings in order of time, as landmarks in this history.

He wrote at length, and with all the outpourings of a tenderness reawakened by remorse.

These for some reason or other are almost as green as the outpourings of the Rhone at Geneva.

What was this, if not the outpourings of an evil conscience?

They were the outpourings of a sentimentalist, one of the Werther sort.

This is the time the anxious parent will guide these first outpourings.

All that about the outpourings of a sentimental girl or woman?

Their father had not been pleased, but his displeasure had not stemmed the outpourings of love.

In the earnestness of his attempt at self-display he vanished in his own outpourings.