If we bide here, who knows that some fresh tumult may not break out.
As to Fire in the prison, if one were to break out while he lay there?
Yet it had sufficed that the nations should flock there for a pestilence to break out.
As it was, the effect it had upon me made him break out into execrations and menaces.
It will only be a matter of weeks—perhaps even days—it may break out to-morrow.
They felt so happy there, and seemed to break out into a new life.
Girls are like the hawthorns; when they break out into blossom, they do all they can.
Sometimes they break out unexpected, like chickenpox in the 'Old Men's Home.'
She would laugh and then be silent, and then break out into laughter again.
If the fever should break out this summer, Richling, will you go away?