The French armies poured like a torrent into the territories of the republic.
The butter, poor at the best, began to pour like oil.
As the Colonials poured like an avalanche into the ravine the Turks turned, and scrambling wildly up the far side, bolted for their lives.
His voice poured like a fire, swept the crowd, and he reached them with their own language.
He went, he led; arranged the battle stood, The savage foe came pouring like a flood; 60 Then Pug, aghast, fled swifter than the wind, Nor deign'd in threescore miles to look behind, While every band fled orders bleat in vain, And fall in slaughter'd heaps upon the plain.
* * * * * Pour, pour came the rain, raining as it can in this place, not long, but a deluge while it lasts, dripping in thick-liquidity, like a profuse sweat, through the forest, I seeking to get back by the way I had come, flying, but with difficulty and slowness, and a feeling in me that I was being tracked.
The conflagration raged with savage force, sparks poured like a rain of fire over the leaf trees, and long tongues of flame shot hissingly out from the smoke, as if the forest on the other side were sucking them in.
They rolled their blankets hastily and broke away from the gratitude which poured like water from the heart of old Sam.
Should arrows pour like showers of rain Upon my head--'twould be in vain; Nothing can ever injure me, Blessed with thy love--possessed of thee!"