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Pour, 1) trans. to send or to throw streaming, as a fluid or like one: mine (fountain) “I p. your ocean all among,” Compl. 256. I will p. some (wine) “in thy other mouth,” Tp. II, 2, 98. “let me p. in some sack to the Thames water,” Wiv. III, 5, 22. Mids. II, 1, 50. As III, 2, 210. IV, 1, 215. V, 1, 46. All's I, 3, 209. II, 3, 126. Wint. V, 3, 122. H4B IV, 4, 46. R3 II, 2, 87. Tit. II, 3, 163. Mcb. IV, 1, 64. IV, 3, 98. Hml. I, 5, 63. V, 1, 197. Oth. IV, 3, 89. Ant. II, 5, 34. Used of balms applied to wounds: “in these windows I p. the helpless balm of my poor eyes,” R3 I, 2, 13. --est in the open ulcer of my heart her eyes, her hairs etc. Troil. I, 1, 53. “is this the balsam that the usuring senate --s into captains' wounds,” Tim. III, 5, 111. cf. “meet we the medicine of the sickly weal, and with him p. we in our country's purge each drop of us,” Mcb. V, 2, 28 (or == shed?). Of rain and what comes down like it: “the sky would p. down stinking pitch,” Tp. I, 2, 3. “thus p. the stars down plagues,” LLL V, 2, 394. “some airy devil --s down mischief,” John III, 2, 3. “that pretty Welsh which thou --est down from these swelling heavens,” H4A III, 1, 202. “p. on; I will endure,” Lr. III, 4, 18 (== rain on). Of the promiscuous contents of packets: “I would have ransacked the pedlar's silken treasury and have --ed it to her acceptance,” Wint. IV, 4, 361. “p. out the pack of matter to mine ear,” Ant. II, 5, 54.
Figurative use: “thou that --est into my verse thine own sweet argument,” Sonn. 38, 2. I would into thy bosom “p. my thoughts,” John III, 3, 53. “p. down thy weather,” IV, 2, 109 (== tell thy bad news). “how London doth p. out her citizens,” H5 V Chor. H5 V Chor. “force him with praises; p. in, p. in; his ambition is dry,” Troil. II, 3, 233. “--ing war into the bowels of ungrateful Rome,” Cor. IV, 5, 135 (like a flood). “he outgoes the very heart of kindness. He --s it out,” Tim. I, 1, 287. and --ed them (thy praises) “down before him,” Mcb. I, 3, 100. “that I may p. my spirits in thine ear,” I, 5, 27. “I'll p. this pestilence into his ear,” Oth. II, 3, 362. “your honour has through Ephesus --ed forth your charity,” Per. III, 2, 43. “who p. their bounty on her,” V Prol. 10.
2) intr. to flow, to rush in a stream: “the Scot on his unfurnished kingdom came --ing, like the tide into a breach,” H5 I, 2, 149.
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