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out·pour

 (out-pôr′)
intr. & tr.v. out·poured, out·pour·ing, out·pours
To flow out rapidly; pour out.
n. (out′pôr′)
A rapid outflow; an outpouring: an outpour of sympathy.

out·pour′er n.
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outpour

n
1. the act of flowing or pouring out
2. something that pours out
vb
to pour or cause to pour out freely or rapidly
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out•pour

(n. ˈaʊtˌpɔr, -ˌpoʊr; v. ˌaʊtˈpɔr, -ˈpoʊr)
n. v.t.
2. to pour out.
[1665–75]
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outpour


Past participle: outpoured
Gerund: outpouring

Imperative
outpour
outpour
Present
I outpour
you outpour
he/she/it outpours
we outpour
you outpour
they outpour
Preterite
I outpoured
you outpoured
he/she/it outpoured
we outpoured
you outpoured
they outpoured
Present Continuous
I am outpouring
you are outpouring
he/she/it is outpouring
we are outpouring
you are outpouring
they are outpouring
Present Perfect
I have outpoured
you have outpoured
he/she/it has outpoured
we have outpoured
you have outpoured
they have outpoured
Past Continuous
I was outpouring
you were outpouring
he/she/it was outpouring
we were outpouring
you were outpouring
they were outpouring
Past Perfect
I had outpoured
you had outpoured
he/she/it had outpoured
we had outpoured
you had outpoured
they had outpoured
Future
I will outpour
you will outpour
he/she/it will outpour
we will outpour
you will outpour
they will outpour
Future Perfect
I will have outpoured
you will have outpoured
he/she/it will have outpoured
we will have outpoured
you will have outpoured
they will have outpoured
Future Continuous
I will be outpouring
you will be outpouring
he/she/it will be outpouring
we will be outpouring
you will be outpouring
they will be outpouring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outpouring
you have been outpouring
he/she/it has been outpouring
we have been outpouring
you have been outpouring
they have been outpouring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outpouring
you will have been outpouring
he/she/it will have been outpouring
we will have been outpouring
you will have been outpouring
they will have been outpouring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outpouring
you had been outpouring
he/she/it had been outpouring
we had been outpouring
you had been outpouring
they had been outpouring
Conditional
I would outpour
you would outpour
he/she/it would outpour
we would outpour
you would outpour
they would outpour
Past Conditional
I would have outpoured
you would have outpoured
he/she/it would have outpoured
we would have outpoured
you would have outpoured
they would have outpoured
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outpour

noun
A sudden or rapid flowing outward:
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Translations

outpour

n. derramamiento, chorro;
v. chorrear, derramar, verter.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
References in classic literature ?
His hands were gripping the arms of the stall, his eyes were fixed upon the spot somewhere behind the curtain where this sudden little drama had been played out, as though indeed they could pierce the heavy upholstery and see beyond into the room where the very air seemed quivering still with the vehemence of the woman's outpoured scorn.
See, though from far, His thousands, in what martial equipage They issue forth, steel bows and shafts their arms, Of equal dread in flight or in pursuit-- All horsemen, in which fight they most excel; See how in warlike muster they appear, In rhombs, and wedges, and half-moons, and wings." He looked, and saw what numbers numberless The city gates outpoured, light-armed troops In coats of mail and military pride.