pour out


  • WordNet 3.6
    • v pour out express without restraint "The woman poured out her frustrations as the judge listened"
    • v pour out pour out "effused brine"
    • v pour out be disgorged "The crowds spilled out into the streets"
    • v pour out pour out "the sommelier decanted the wines"
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  • Jerome K. Jerome
    “If you desire to drain to the dregs the fullest cup of scorn and hatred that a fellow human being can pour out for you, let a young mother hear you call dear baby it.”
  • Meister Eckhart
    “What a man takes in by contemplation, that he pours out in love.”
  • Lord Byron
    “Though sages may pour out their wisdom's treasure, there is no sterner moralist than pleasure.”


In literature:

She poured out the tea, therefore, without one word of sympathy.
"In Luck at Last" by Walter Besant
Then pour it out of the Kettle into woodden vessels, and let it remain there till it be almost cold.
"The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened" by Kenelm Digby
He poured out a glass of wine and held it towards the queer, elfin figure crouched upon his hearth.
"The Safety Curtain, and Other Stories" by Ethel M. Dell
As they were ready to go Menelaus poured out of a golden cup wine as an offering to the gods.
"The Adventures of Odysseus and The Tales of Troy" by Padriac Colum
The crowd was still pouring out of the church, their hob-nailed shoes clattering against the stone pavement, and spread about the cemetery.
"The Awakening" by Leo Nikoleyevich Tolstoy
Giovanni carried tea and muffins to her, while Nina poured out her own cup and helped herself to a third cake.
"The Title Market" by Emily Post
Mrs. Armine poured out the coffee, and Nigel lit his cigar.
"Bella Donna" by Robert Hichens
In a similar way, the pancreas pours out a fluid that digests the fats.
"The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English" by R. V. Pierce
Garvin poured out his warning to the Liberal Government, it seemed for a moment as if they were going to back out.
"The Loom of Youth" by Alec Waugh
When we got to the barricade at the entrance to Diest, the soldiers of the guard poured out and began taking our trophies out of the car.
"A Journal From Our Legation in Belgium" by Hugh Gibson

In poetry:

The great hiway of dawn
Stretching to slumber
pouring out from her greedy
palms a shore, to wander
"Wilderness" by James Douglas Morrison
To God I made my sorrows known,
From God I sought relief;
In long complaints before his throne
I poured out all my grief.
"Psalm 142" by Isaac Watts
Pour out your light, O stars, and do not hold
Your loveliest shining from earth’s outworn shell
Pure and cold your radiance – pure and cold
My dead friends face as well. Requiem
"Requiem" by Ivor Gurney
Think, when thou see'st the Priest divide the bread,
And view'st the wine into the chalice shed,
Think, how the spear transfix'd thy Saviour's side,
And how his heart, pour'd out its crimson tide!
"A Preparation For The Holy Communion" by Rees Prichard
Lo! a bright orb of deathless flame
From out the womb of darkness came,
And ere the silence was restored,
In radiant beams of light were poured
Upon a drear and cheerless waste,
Where gloom and chaos had long embraced.
"Creation Light" by James Madison Bell
"The rest is like the first,"
He answered,—"for the book is in my heart,
Lives in me, wakes in me, and dreams in me:
My daily bread tastes of it,—and my wine
Which has no smack of it, I pour it out,
It seems unnatural drinking."
"Aurora Leigh: Book Eighth" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

In news:

Out poured a torrent of words, in a voice rising with emotion.
Pour a little cookie dough out on the ground.
Enlarge Justin Zaremba/NJ.com White-colored steam and black smoke poured out of the Park Avenue apartment building , which was consumed on Nov 17.
As Kevin Sumlin walked into A&M's press conference announcing his hiring, his air of confidence was already pouring out.
A witness said he was walking by and heard a loud pop and then saw smoke start pouring out of the engine area.
A crew will be out in the next few weeks to pour a concrete slab for the barn 's foundation.
Local bartenders pour out advice.
Wreck-It Ralph (center) pours out his troubles to his fellow video-game villains.
But somewhere out there is a politician who will stand in the pouring rain and tell you he is not getting wet.
Pour out some dandelion wine.
RBC Debuts Pimped-Out 'Pour-Over Bar.
11,000 refugees pour out of Syria in 24 hours.
Eleven thousand refugees have poured out of Syria in just 24 hours, a staggering spike as violence surges near the border, the United Nations refugee agency said Friday.
When the autumn sunrise slices through the twilight and the mist, color pours out in perfect profusion.
As Tigers swept out, free agency period pours in.

In science:

In that case the H ii region is probably ionization-bounded towards N83B-1, while ionized gas is pouring out into the interstellar medium mainly via the diffuse component, as predicted by the champagne model (Tenorio-Tagle 1979, Bodenheimer et al. 1979).
HST study of the LMC compact star forming region N83B
This is an exciting time for top-quark physics, with data pouring out of the Tevatron experiments.
top2008 Conference Summary
In the crop of fig. 3, the program has even managed to extract a short French sentence (quel malheur, quel grand malheur pour nous) out of a Creole segment.
Soft Uncoupling of Markov Chains for Permeable Language Distinction: A New Algorithm
Meanwhile, high quality data are pouring out of the LHC: a beautiful dimuon landscape was shown by CMS, who presented the mass spectrum ranging from the ρ/ω peak all the way up to the Z0 [8, 9].
Hard Probes 2010: Experimental Summary
Essential is that although a stellar population pours out energy over several Gyr, the first Myr of a starburst is a quicker cooperative and intense reaction with respect to the dynamical time τdyn .
Stellar Dynamics and the 3D Structure of Bars