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1outpour

verb out·pour \ˌat-ˈpr, ˈat-ˌ\

Definition of OUTPOUR

transitive verb
:  to pour out

First Known Use of OUTPOUR

1671

2outpour

noun out·pour \ˈat-ˌpr\

Definition of OUTPOUR

Examples of OUTPOUR

  1. <the roadways around the new plant are being widened to handle the expected outpour of vehicles at the end of the day shift>

First Known Use of OUTPOUR

1864

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