Antonyms for erupted

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All the world about him erupted in unimaginable brilliance; then darkness fell.

All at once, several hours later, without no warning, she just erupted.

It erupted just as our party reached it, but not in one of its grand actions.

The room in the fishing cabin had erupted into a maelstrom of struggling men.

Crimson erupted into Bettijean's face and her tight laugh said many things.

Nor have they been erupted more copiously or more frequently.

It was then that Croly Addicks erupted like a long suppressed volcano.

It is a young male, skull with skin, in which the last molar has not yet erupted, and bears the catalogue number 13654.

As they looked there was a crack like a cannon shot and the ground beside them erupted into an explosion of sand and gravel.

In two specimens an extra tooth has erupted just anterior to I2 and there is a total of six upper incisors.