|Grocott & Ward, comps. Grocotts Familiar Quotations, 6th ed. 189-?.|
|The attic Warbler pours her throat,|
Responsive to the cuckoos note.
Gray.Ode on Spring, Stanza I. Line 5.
|It is for thee the linnet pours his throat?|
Loves of his own, and raptures swell the note.
Pope.Essay on Man, Epi. III. Line 33.
|Where pennd like hapless cuckoos in a cage,|
The ragged warblers pour their tuneful rage.
Peter Pindar.The Lousiad, Canto II.
|The cicala pours forth his voice.|
Hesiod.Shield of Hercules, Line 396. (Banks Transl.)
|I taught thee how to pour in song.|
|Pours the melting lay.|
Dr. Johnson.Autumn, V. 5.