We just do our job, just pour out the tweets and photos and quotations in a way that suits His Holiness.
Stir in the Parmesan and pour out into the prepared baking sheet, spreading into a smooth layer.
The bar promises to pour out “bottle after bottle” of Stoli.
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.