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Pour

pɔːr

Meanings of Pour:

verb

Flow rapidly in a steady stream.

Usage examples:

Water poured off the roof

Pour down

ˈmʌn.i

Meanings of Pour down:

noun

The coins or bills with their value on them that are used to buy things, or the total amount of these that someone has

Usage examples:

I need a dollar – have you got any money on you?, there’s not much money in our savings account., w…

Meanings of Pour-oil-on-troubled-waters:

idiom

To do or say something in order to make people stop arguing and become calmer

Usage examples:

My husband's always arguing with my father, and i'm the one who has to pour oil on troubled waters.

Pour-out

pɔːr

Meanings of Pour-out:

phrasal verb

To give many details about your feelings in speech or writing

Usage examples:

He could tell her everything, pour out his soul and let her sponge it up.

Meanings of Pour-scorn-on:

idiom

To say a person or thing is stupid and not worth anything

Usage examples:

Critics of the president have been pouring scorn on the plan ever since it was first proposed.

Meanings of Pourboire:

noun

A gratuity; a tip.

Usage examples:

At 4,000 guineas, prior made almost as much money as pope-more, if you count the 4,000 harley threw…

Pourboires

pʊəˈbwɑː

Meanings of Pourboires:

noun

A gratuity; a tip.

Usage examples:

At 4,000 guineas, prior made almost as much money as pope-more, if you count the 4,000 harley threw…

Poured

pɔː

Meanings of Poured:

verb

Flow rapidly in a steady stream.

Usage examples:

Water poured off the roof

Meanings of Pourie:

noun

A vessel with a spout for pouring liquid; a pitcher; especially a milk jug.

Pouring

pɔː

Meanings of Pouring:

verb

Flow rapidly in a steady stream.

Usage examples:

Water poured off the roof

Meanings of Pourparler:

noun

Chiefly in plural. an informal discussion or conference as a preliminary to more formal negotiations.

Meanings of Pourparlers:

noun

Chiefly in plural. an informal discussion or conference as a preliminary to more formal negotiations.

Meanings of Pourparty:

noun

A portion or share; specifically a part of an estate allotted to a coparcener.

Meanings of Pourpoint:

noun

A quilted doublet worn by men in the 14th and 15th centuries as part of civil costume and of armour.

Pours

pɔːr

Meanings of Pours:

verb

Flow rapidly in a steady stream.

Usage examples:

Water poured off the roof

Meanings of Poussette:

noun

In country dancing: a figure in which dancers join both hands with a partner and change places with another couple; an act of poussetting.

verb

In country dancing: to perform a figure in which dancers join both hands with a partner and change places with another couple.

Meanings of Poussetted:

noun

In country dancing: a figure in which dancers join both hands with a partner and change places with another couple; an act of poussetting.

verb

In country dancing: to perform a figure in which dancers join both hands with a partner and change places with another couple.

Meanings of Poussetting:

noun

In country dancing: a figure in which dancers join both hands with a partner and change places with another couple; an act of poussetting.

verb

In country dancing: to perform a figure in which dancers join both hands with a partner and change places with another couple.

Meanings of Poussin:

noun

A chicken killed young for eating.

Usage examples:

Between poussin and guinea hen, choose the latter if you love dark meat and because the gritty diav…

Meanings of Poustie:

noun

Power; spiritual power; might; authority.

Meanings of Pousy:

adjective

Untidy; dusty, dirty.

Pout

paʊt

Meanings of Pout:

verb

Push one's lips or one's bottom lip forward as an expression of petulant annoyance or in order to make oneself look sexually attractive.

Usage examples:

She lounged on the steps, pouting
noun

A pouting expression.

Usage examples:

His lower lip protruded in a sulky pout

Meanings of Pouted:

verb

Push one's lips or one's bottom lip forward as an expression of petulant annoyance or in order to make oneself look sexually attractive.

Usage examples:

She lounged on the steps, pouting
noun

A pouting expression.

Usage examples:

His lower lip protruded in a sulky pout

Meanings of Pouter:

noun

A kind of pigeon able to inflate its crop considerably.

Pouters

ˈpaʊtə

Meanings of Pouters:

noun

A kind of pigeon able to inflate its crop considerably.

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