He played football, wrestled, learned to laugh a lot, and poured himself into a career teaching poetry.
Can we really imagine that the spontaneous emotions of so many Ann fans could have poured out so much in lockstep?
Medicare's pilot programs, into which much hope had been poured, turned out to mostly be a bust.
They poured the water over my mouth and nose so I had the feeling that I was drowning.
The rain that had poured down on everyone there for hours had abated.
Then he got the cream, sugar and three spoons, put them on the table, and poured the coffee.
He had a package, which he laid upon the counter while he poured out his dram.
She poured out a glass for each of us, and we drank to each other's good health.
In the afternoon it began to rain; and it poured for forty-eight hours.
He wiped his razor at last, poured some water in a bowl and doused his face.
c.1300, of unknown origin, not in Old English; perhaps from Old French (Flanders dialect) purer "to sift (grain), pour out (water)," from Latin purare "to purify," from purus "pure" (see pure). Replaced Old English geotan. Intransitive sense from 1530s. Related: Poured; pouring; pourable. As a noun from 1790.