Thesaurus / erupt
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
I fear there will be greater shocks and that the mountain will erupt.
THE RADIO BOYS' SEARCH FOR THE INCA'S TREASUREGERALD BRECKENRIDGE
Once culture became an asset to protect, cultural wars were certain to erupt.
AFTER THE RAINSAM VAKNIN
For Nau-hau, in sullen volcanic rage, was ripe to erupt at the slightest opportunity.
JERRY OF THE ISLANDSJACK LONDON
It was immense, but it might erupt through a dozen forced openings.
IN THE NAME OF LIBERTYOWEN JOHNSON
Well, did you discover any volcanoes, that may erupt during the night, and scare us to death?
TOM SWIFT AMONG THE DIAMOND MAKERSVICTOR APPLETON
It might erupt at any minute, spreading ruin and destruction in all directions.
FACING THE GERMAN FOECOLONEL JAMES FISKE
I exclaimed, and sat down, waiting for the volcano to erupt.
WHERE THERE'S A WILLMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
It was last known to erupt in 1643, but it looks capable of a repetition of the performance in all its grandeur at any time.
SALVADOR OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURYPERCY F. MARTIN
Talibutu ang hubag nga maghungut, The boil that is swelling is about to erupt.
A DICTIONARY OF CEBUANO VISAYANJOHN U. WOLFF
The forces of law and order may erupt with blasters blazing.
PLAGUE SHIPANDRE NORTON
WORDS RELATED TO ERUPT
- cast out
- do away with
- drive off
- force out
- get rid of
- give the boot
- heave out
- kick out
- kiss goodbye
- send packing
- show the gate to
- spit out
- squeeze out
- throw overboard
- turn out
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.