I verb be effusive, be prolix, cascade, cast forth, decant, detrude, discharge, discourse at length, disembogue, disgorge, drain, effuse, eject, emit, empty, enlarge upon, eruct, eructate, evacuate, exhaust, expel, extravasate, harangue, inundate, let fall, pour forth, pour out, rant, send forth, send out, shed, spill, spout, spurt, stream, vent II index issuance, outburst, outflow

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  • Outpour — Out*pour , v. t. To pour out. Milton. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • outpour — out pour , n. 1. A flowing out; a free discharge. [1913 Webster] 2. An effusion (of sentiment or emotion; outpouring. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • outpour — [out′pôr΄; ] for v. [ out΄pôr′] n. OUTPOURING vt., vi. to pour out …   English World dictionary

  • outpour — I. transitive verb Date: 1671 to pour out II. noun Date: 1864 outpouring …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • outpour — outpourer, n. n. /owt pawr , pohr /; v. /owt pawr , pohr /, n. 1. outpouring. v.t. 2. to pour out. [1665 75; OUT + POUR] * * * …   Universalium

  • outpour — 1. noun The act of pouring out. 2. verb To pour out …   Wiktionary

  • outpour — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun A sudden or rapid flowing outward: efflux, gush, outflow, outpouring, spate. See MOVE …   English dictionary for students

  • outpour — v. spill out quickly or freely; cause to flow out quickly or freely …   English contemporary dictionary

  • outpour — out•pour n. [[t]ˈaʊtˌpɔr, ˌpoʊr[/t]] v. [[t]ˌaʊtˈpɔr, ˈpoʊr[/t]] n. 1) outpouring 2) to pour out • Etymology: 1665–75 …   From formal English to slang

  • outpour — noun /ˈaʊtpɔ/ (say owtpaw) 1. an outflow or overflow; that which is poured out. –verb (t) /aʊtˈpɔ/ (say owt paw) 2. to pour out …   Australian-English dictionary

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