Definition of outpouring:
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The incessant yells of laughter- the screams of the children, and the outpouring of every species of sarcasm and ridicule, at my expense, were not all- for, as I emerged from the porte- chochere I saw Isabella in the window: her eyes were red with weeping; but no sooner had she beheld me, than she broke out into a fit of laughter that was audible even in the street.- "The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete", Charles James Lever (1806-1872).
- "The Northern Iron 1907", George A. Birmingham.
This outpouring of the Spirit, then, is the great proof and assurance that the Heir has really ascended the 'throne of glory' in spite of the continuance of " all things as they were from the foundation of the world."- "The Making of the New Testament", Benjamin W. Bacon.