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Verb: pour out
  1. Express without restraint
    "The woman poured out her frustrations as the judge listened"
  2. Gradually cause (a liquid) to flow out from a container (esp. leaving behind any sediment)
    "the sommelier poured out the wines";
    - decant, pour
  3. Be disgorged
    - spill over, spill out
  4. Pour out liberally
    "poured out brine";
    - effuse

Derived forms: poured out, pouring out, pours out

Type of: express, give tongue to, pour, pullulate, stream, swarm, teem, utter, verbalise [Brit], verbalize