outpouring


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Synonyms for outpouring

a sudden or rapid flowing outward

Synonyms for outpouring

a sudden rapid flow (as of water)

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the pouring forth of a fluid

the rapid and continuous delivery of linguistic communication (spoken or written)

a large flow

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Franklin, a quaintly bulky figure under the stars, the usual witnesses of his outpourings, asked him with an abruptness which was not callous, but in his simple way:
Without taking much notice of these outpourings of Miss Miggs after she had made her first announcement in relation to the gun, the crowd raised a ladder against the window where the locksmith stood, and notwithstanding that he closed, and fastened, and defended it manfully, soon forced an entrance by shivering the glass and breaking in the frames.
The chair of Committee of Experts Mr Paul Mwangi stated : "The Okoa Kenya Movement launched the second round of signature collection with the involvement of several Members of Parliament last weekend, we have received a spontaneous outpouring of support and requests for Petition books from Kenyans keen to append their signatures and be part of history.
It's just been an outpouring of general concern for our family from everyone at CBS," she added.
The Outpouring featured a massive presence of law enforcement--both on duty "protecting" the Capitol, and as demonstrators.
The Great War gave birth to an outpouring of poetry unparalleled in British history, much of which was included in the editors' earlier collection, Poetry of the Great War.
Thanks to an immense outpouring of opposition from organizations ranging across the political spectrum--from Focus on the Family to the ACLU--dangerous legislation aimed at gutting the First Amendment was defeated in the Senate on January 18.
said the outpouring of support gave her a great sense of pride to be a part of WCI.
One of the most inspiring aspects of our work has been the outpouring of active support from the Vietnam generation of war resisters, Canadians of long standing who had begun to believe their earlier resistance to militarism had become part of the past.
The proposed regulations proved quite controversial, sparking an outpouring of concern from charitable groups that the proposal would dampen the climate for philanthropy and were inconsistent with the government's efforts to encourage charitable giving and volunteerism.
Also, it would create an outpouring of opposition from residents who already are suspicious of the city and landfill controls, critics say.
It is for this reason that we urge a boycott of the Moscow Olympics--not as a mandate from our government but as a spontaneous outpouring of a free people.
A notice published by the family expressed "their extreme gratitude for the enormous outpouring of love and support during this time.
The outpouring of corporate sympathy and support for victims and rescuers has been overwhelming.
We learned something from the huge outpouring of courage and generosity that the devastation brought forth.