burst[ burst ]SEE DEFINITION OF burst
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"Now you are angry with me," exclaimed the sensitive maiden; and she burst into tears.
Then, indeed, she had burst upon him with an impetuous despair that had alarmed him.
Although my heart was ready to burst, yet could I neither weep nor speak.
Just think a moment: this my first burst from the dungeon-land of London for a whole year!
He dashed the glass from him, and burst into tears which he did not even try to conceal.
"Stint it, Humphrey," said the tall squire, with a burst of laughter.
In the burst of merriment, his pent feelings found their vent.
Sir Nigel pondered for a few moments, and then burst out a-laughing.
The gentlemen looked at each other, and Max burst out into a merry laugh.
She sat down flat on the floor and burst into passionate weeping.
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