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30 August, 08:03

Which sentence uses the word [pour] as it is defined in this dictionary entry?

pour: v. "to flow or cause to flow"

A) David, you pour over your study notes as if they were sacred scripture.

B) I have this one pour on my nose that is so large that it is embarrassing.

C) Do you need me to pour more syrup on that waffle so that it is even sweeter?

D) Some of these clothes could be donated to pour people instead of simply being thrown away.

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  1. 30 August, 08:37
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    C

    Explanation:

    The only sentence that uses the word "pour" properly (according to the listed dictionary definition) is the following one: Do you need me to pour more syrup on that waffle so that it is even sweeter?
  2. 30 August, 09:59
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    C. Would the be the answer
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