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The answer POURING has 7 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of pouring in various dictionaries:
verb - cause to run
verb - move in large numbers
verb - pour out
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Raining cats and dogs|
|Hard, like rain|
|Studying around University is falling a lot|
|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|May 26 2019 The Guardian - Quick crossword|
|Dec 31 2018 The Times - Cryptic|
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|Mar 31 2015 Jonesin'|
|Apr 30 2007 New York Times|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Present participle of pour.|
|The act by which something is poured.|
|flow rapidly in a steady stream.|
|(of rain) fall heavily.|
|Pouring might refer to|
Anthesteria or the Anthesteria (Greek: , Anthestria) was one of the four Athenian festivals in honor of Dionysus. It was held each year from the 11th to the 13th of the month of Anthesterion, around the time of the January or February full moon. The three days of the feast were called Pithoigia, Choës, and Chytroi.|
* It celebrated the beginning of spring, particularly the maturing of the wine stored at the previous vintage, whose pithoi were now ceremoniously opened. During the feast, social order was interrupted or inverted, the slaves being allowed to participate, uniting the household in ancient fashion. The Anthesteria also had aspects of a festival of the dead: either the Keres () or the Carians () were entertained, freely roaming the city until they were expelled after the festival. A Greek proverb, employed of those who pestered for continued favors, ran "Out of doors, Keres! It is no longer Anthesteria".