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pore, pour, poor

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To pore means “to read” or “to ponder.”

To pour means "to cause a liquid or granular solid to flow."

Poor means to be "of bad quality or low economic status."

Example: If you pore through enough books instead of pouring pitchers of beer, you can avoid being poor.

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