geyser

[ gahy-zer, -ser for 1, 3; gee-zer for 2 ]SEE DEFINITION OF geyser

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The thought set the geyser of his rage roaring and spouting in the face of heaven.

Hell's Half-Acre was a prelude to ten or twelve miles of geyser formation.

Should be one another, and not one of them is properly a geyser.

One day the ash will get into the burners and then the geyser will explode.

Toward the geyser hurried Frank, still looking for his companion.

The geyser of his prejudice and antipathy was furiously alive.

But there were no geyser baths there and I had no rheumatism then!

If the steam makes faster than it can escape, we have a geyser.

In 1770 it is recorded that this Geyser spouted eleven times in one day.

Upon that one his flow of words was full and free, he was a geyser.

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