outpourer


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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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outpourer

(ˈaʊtˌpɔːrə)
n
a person who pours something out
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(24) Monk Simeon was canonized by the Council of monks immediately upon his death in 1200, as Saint Simeon the Outpourer of Myrrh.